David expresses his own desire to not forget the good things God has done for him and then begins to name them …
He’s praying about what really matters – not just that they might grow in love but in the knowledge and understanding of how to live and love like Jesus Christ.
He not only tells the believers to love each other but he explains how they are to love each other – namely, the same way He has loved us.
So important were the words God had given to Moses that they were meant to be passed on to their children, written on their door posts, and spoken of day and night, at home or on the road. Surely if they are that important they are meant to be a consideration of our prayers …
Prayer is the light in your closest and the mirror on your wall –
As Inspired by the love god greatly study, The Importance of Prayer-week 5 When we trust in Jesus Christ to be our savior we make a commitment to the Father who sent Him. The commitment involves laying down our own life and desires of the mortal flesh to follow after Christ in the new spiritual…
The more we know about God and the more we experience with God, the more we will trust Him and seek Him for the strength we need.
Once we have experienced God’s love nothing else satisfies and even in the midst of drought and storms we will still praise Him.
This combination of commitment and expectation is also what keeps us coming back – asking, seeking, knocking – and what moves our heart to rejoice when we receive the answer.
So confident is Paul in what God can do- that he commits all he asked of God to God for the glory of God.