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Your Workplace is your Ministry

How do you know if you’ve asked God for enough?

“The person who trusts me will not only do what I’m doing but even greater things, because I, on my way to the Father, am giving you the same work to do that I’ve been doing. You can count on it. From now on, whatever you request along the lines of who I am and what I am doing, I’ll do it. That’s how the Father will be seen for who he is in the Son. I mean it. Whatever you request in this way, I’ll do.” (John 14:12-14)

This is one of the final three things Jesus promised us just before he went to the Garden of Gethsemane. But do you believe it?

Today, I encourage you to take a few moments and review your life and ministry.

Is something blocking you from getting closer to God? As God to break the barrier.

Does your ministry need something? Ask Jesus to provide the need.

Are the people you serve in need? Before you spend time figuring out how to meet the need, take it to Jesus.

Do you need supernatural understanding? Even before you start asking questions, ask God.

Sometimes, in the midst of working so hard, we forget Who we are working for.

We forget to ask for what we need.

Lord, today I pray in the name of Jesus who promised us Your provision,
that You will meet our needs – those we know and those we don’t yet know.
Where we need barriers, removed, please flow with your Spirit.
Where we need building blocks provide material and laborers.
Where we need clarity, please open our eyes.
Where we need wisdom and understanding, help us to first come to you and seek Your perspective.
You said that You would provide for us.
Today I ask you to provide for Your ministry and increase your Kingdom.


  1. Thanks Kim. Great reminder and inspiration.

  2. Trish Hurley

    13/08 at

    Thanks Kim! I’ve never really taken a look at these verses closely before. I can see that what’s being said is way more important than I thought it was. And, no, I guess I don’t ask for enough. But I’ll try to from now on. Thanks, I learned a lot!

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