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Ask day by day for our daily bread

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1.       Ask day by day for our daily bread, ask and it will be given, everyone who asks receives, bread/ stone

a.       Pray and ask for bread to feed the soul, and it will be given, all that ask for the soul to be fed will receive the bread of life. Which will make us full and guide us daily.

b.      Ask not and receive a weight upon your heart that will cause heaviness, depression, sadness, loneliness,

2.       Forgive our sins we also forgive everyone indebted to us, seek you will find, he who seeks find, fish/ serpent

a.       Pray for forgiveness and forgive others and you will find forgiveness from the father. Seek to find that forgiveness in your heart and you find that you shall be as a fish and have scales on the outside to protect you from the words, or actions of others. Things will just bounce off of you. Also most fish flee when in danger

b.      If not you will be as the serpent and any time there is a threat you shall strike back at the person. The reason they strike are because they think they are being threatened  You will be threatened at any time and scared so for protection you will strike as a rattlesnake.

3.       Do not lead us into temptation but deliver us from the evil one, knock and it will be opened to you, him who knocks it will be opened, egg/ scorpion

a.       Pray to be led from the devil, so just as when a egg is protected by mother from danger so will our heavenly father will protect us and shut the doors to the evil one.

4.       We are evil and gives good gifts to our children, our Heavenly Father will the Holy Spirit to those who ask Him.

D.L Moody said, "I believe firmly that the moment our hearts are emptied of pride and selfishness and ambition and everything that is contrary to God's law, the Holy Spirit will fill every corner of our hearts. But if we are full of pride and conceit and ambition and the world, there is no room for the Spirit of God. We must be emptied before we can be filled."

Matt. 26:41

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