by Colin Campbell in Meat For Men – Biblical Fatherhood: Role Modeling Love
The phrase “all things ” is incredible and could include vast multitudes of personal desires, as well as impersonal. However, we cannot expect God to answer any prayer that is outside of His character and will for our lives. We are only entitled to hope for “all things” that are within the boundaries of His will.
For example it would be a false hope to fall in love with an unbeliever and expect God to answer our prayers to meet our needs in this matter. If we go into a joint business with an unbeliever and expect God to bless us, we may well be very disappointed. God may want to bless you, but may not want to bless the unbeliever, and you may end up losing all.
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