“Ask and You Shall Receive”

Wow. Today was a day where so many good things happened that it caused me to catch my breath for a minute. I received a good coaching from my manager, received two rewards from work, had a customer who wanted to personally speak to my manager to compliment me, and one of my old professors offered me a job. You know who I have to thank? The man upstairs named Jesus.

I always start my day asking God and Jesus to give me strength, and to give me peace and grace when servicing multiple requests throughout the day. When I pray, I envision this picture of Jesus, which is believed to be his actual face (if you would like to know what I mean by that, feel free to message me! It’s a beautiful picture of him, no?) What I’ve been adding to my prayers lately is guidance for my life and for Jesus to show me which path I should take for my career. Being that so many wonderful things happened to me all at once today, maybe he’s trying to tell me something.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not naive. Just because I had one wonderful day doesn’t necessarily mean I’m meant to stay at my current job forever. However, being that I’m asking for guidance and peace with life, maybe I’m getting the answers I’m hoping for.

Don’t knock prayer, my friends. God and Jesus will listen, and if you ask, you may receive your blessing.

2 thoughts on ““Ask and You Shall Receive”

  1. Amen to that honey! 😘😘😘❀❀❀ I know my concept of prayer is weak in the knees, I need to take a more deeper approach just like you do in order to fully feel Jesus’ grace and spirit. I love you sweetheart! πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’β€β€β€

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