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⊥ Ask What You Will ⊥


The promise "Ask what you will," plainly teaches that answered prayer is up to the child of God
as to what he wants. This is in perfect harmony with promises of both testaments. A true
Christian can get what he wants as well as what he needs (Ps 23:1; Ps 34:9-10; Ps 84:11; Mt
7:7-11; Mt 17:20; Mt 18:18-20; Mt 21:22; Mk 9:23; Mk 11:22-24; Jn 14:12-15; Jn 15:7,16; Jn
16:23-26; Eph 3:20; Heb 11:6; Jas 1:5-8; 1 Jn 3:21-22; 1 Jn 5:14-15).
A prayer saying, "If it be Thy will" concerning anything God has already promised, (providing
we ask in faith, nothing wavering), is really a prayer of unbelief. It is like saying, "I know You
have already promised and You have made it very clear by Your Word that it is Your will, but
do You really mean what You say?
“We insult God by constantly questioning His will that is already revealed by His Word. It is no
less insulting to Him than it would be to a human friend who had promised something and we
continued to question him about his will in the matter. He would finally say to us, "What is the
matter with you? Have I not told you repeatedly that I would do it? Can you not take me at my
word? Are you going to make me a liar?" We would not dare do this to an earthly friend. Then
why do it to our heavenly Father who promises that He will do more for His children than any
earthly parent? (Mt 7:7-11; Lk 11:9-13; Rom 8:32; Jas 1:5).
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⊥ The First Begotten Son ⊥


Jesus was the first Man to be born anew—the first to pass from spiritual death to spiritual life.
By becoming sin and entering into the bowels of hell, he was able to reclaim the keys of death
and restore man to his position of glory with God. He was the firstborn of many brethren.
Man was created in God’s image (Gen 1:26-27; Gen 2:7; Gen 5:1-3). Man was made in God’s
image and likeness, with authority over everything in the physical realm. Before he sinned in
the Garden of Eden, Adam was clothed with the glory of God.
When Adam sinned in the Garden, mankind entered into spiritual death. Spiritual death is
“eternal separation from God.” Adam was warned by God that he would die if he ate of the
tree of the knowledge of good and evil. God was not referring to physical death, but spiritual
death (Gen 2:15-17). When Adam lost his “glory” coat, he tried to hide behind fig leaves; Adam
was “exposed” spiritually after he disobeyed God. Adam turned his authority over to satan, an
archangel who was a being of lesser rank.
God had to find a way to get in the earth without breaking His own laws. To get the glory back
into man’s hand, God had to use a physical body. In the same way that a man (Adam) was
used to disconnect mankind from God, God’s plan was to use a man (Jesus) to get mankind out
of its position of spiritual death.
Jesus died spiritually so that you would never have to experience spiritual death. Jesus had to
look like sin in order to gain access to hell. Just as satan entered the Garden of Eden illegally,
Jesus couldn’t gain access to hell without sinning. Although He became and looked like sin, He
never actually sinned. Jesus stepped out of life and tasted spiritual death. Jesus died spiritually
for every man so that sinners could be redeemed from spiritual death (Heb 2:9, 14). You don’t
have to die spiritually; to go to hell is an act of your will.
A sinner will not automatically go to heaven just because Jesus died for him; he must receive
what Jesus did for him and be born anew. After entering hell and being there for three days,
Jesus was born anew. God begat Him after He triumphed over hell and was raised from the
dead (Ps 2:1-7; Acts 13:30-34; Heb 1:4-6; Heb 5:5). Jesus was the first born-anew. While there,
Jesus took back all dominion from the Devil and led the captive saints out of hell. Because
Jesus was called from death into life, you now have a right to eternal life with God. Your
corruptible body will be changed to incorruptible when God sounds the trumpet. Your glorified
body will give you the ability to have authority in both physical and spiritual realms.
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