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"What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us?" (Rom. 8:31)

God is certainly good to us all. He predestinated, called, justified and glorified us. What can we say to all this? If God is for us, who can be against us? Amen!

What shall we say, I mean if the Holy Ghost is helping us with our prayer, every area is covered whether we know exactly what to pray or not. He is causing things to cooperate for our benefit. God has invited us and has conformed us into the image of Jesus.

God has predestined us. God has called us to be justified and glorified. What do we say to that? If God be for us then, tell me, who is going to be against us. In other words, that is what should be coming out of your mouth at the end of every prayer.

There is no one big and bad enough to deal with the Father. When you know where you are, and you are doing what He said, you are in the secret place of the Most High. And in order to get to you they have to get through your heavenly Father first.

And there is nobody big enough, strong enough, bad enough, or smart enough to get through, around, or over God.

Look, this is what should be coming out of your mouth. If God is for me who can be against me? He that spared not his own son but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with Jesus also freely give me all things?

First of all, God said He is going to give to you freely. That means there is not a price for you to pay. Then notice that He is giving to you all things. Now elsewhere in the scriptures it says all things are yours. So there is no need to say, "Lord please give it to me."

You ought to be saying, "Thank you for it Lord. Thank you for my healing. Thank you for my deliverance. Thank you for making me an overcomer."

It doesn't say that God is going to give it to you freely. It says that He has given you all things. Prayer is not about pleading and asking God to give you something. Prayer is about thanking the Father for what He has already done. He wants to hear you say Thank you for doing it.

Thank you for making your power available for me. Thank you for defeating the enemy. That is what the word is talking about. That is what you ought to be saying to all these things. If God is for me who can be against me? Nobody!

What shall we say to these things? God is on my side. What can man do unto me. I am more than a conqueror, because Jesus Christ has set me free. And whom the Son sets free is free indeed. Therefore I'm healed in my body, healed in my mind, my prayers get answered, I'm prosperous, and I have the favor of God everywhere I go. Thank God for it.

Scripture references: 2 Peter 1:3; Psalm 73:1

Author Biography

Keith Butler
Web site: Keith Butler
Keith Butler has been an ordained minister since 1974. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and holds diplomas from Canada Christian College and Rhema Bible Training Center. He serves in ministry with the support of his lovely wife, Pastor Deborah L. Butler, and their children: Pastor Andre Butler (granddaughters Alexis, Angela, and April), Pastor MiChelle Ferguson and husband Pastor Lee (grandson Lucas), and Minister Kristina Jenkins and husband Pastor Joel (grandsons Andrew and Austin, and granddaughter Alyssa).

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