“Behold, I say unto you that whoso believeth in Christ, doubting nothing, whatsoever he shall ask in the Father in the name of Christ, it shall be granted him, and this promise is unto all, even the ends of the earth.” (Mormon 9:21)
Day 2: whatsoever –
- at all – i have no doubt whatsoever
- Whatever – he would distribute his money in whatever proportion agreed
- any or anything
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Scripture: “And all things whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing ye shall receive.” (Matthew 21:22) also “Whatsoever he ask, ye shall be given.” (3 Nephi 18:20)
To me this seems like a slang word, as i often hear teenagers saying ‘whatever’ so it is interesting to me, to find it in the scriptures.
Day 3: Promise; covenants, Holy Spirit of promise, oath, pledge, swearing, vow.
What God as promised us: fight for us, keeps all his Promises (P), Holy Ghost P of the Father, same P given the children, Israel P a Saviour, children of Israel counted as the seed of Abraham and sealed with the Holy Spirit of P, honour thy father and mother – a commandment with a P, P made before the world began, P eternal inheritance, P his kingdom to those that love Him, precious P of divine nature, escaping the corruption of the world, P in marriage, P unto all, P his word will not pass away until it is all fulfilled, P of turning the hearts of the children to their fathers.
Word given for a principle with a promise.
Noun: 1. declaration or assurance that one will do something or that a particular thing will happen.
2. the quality of potential excellence
Verb: 1. assure someone that one will definitely do something or something will be done.
2. give good grounds for expecting a particular occurrence.
Day 4: Believe – assurance, confidence, trust, faith, trust in God – unbelief
Psalms 14:15 “The simple believeth every word: but the prudent man looketh well to his going.”
Isaiah 45: 10-11 “Ye are my witnesses saith the Lord, my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me …I, even I am the Lord, and beside me there is no Saviour.”
Jonah 3:5: “People of Ninevah believed God…”
Matthew 21:22: ask in prayer, believing ye shall receive.
Matthew 27:42 come down from the cross and we will believe you.
Luke 8:50 “…Fear not, believing only and she shall be made whole.”
Believers shall be – saved, made whole, shall not perish, not condemned, everlasting life, in Christ, do miracles, see miracles, receive a remission of their sins, shall be justified, hope, shall be sealed, baptized, see wonders, have power.
Day 5: Granted – give
Give: alms-giving, bestow, charity, generously, offer, present, self-sacrifice
God gave – land to Abraham’s seed, Abraham a son, peace, two tablets of stone, treasure, spirit, instruction, heart’s desire, angels charge over us, light, signs, glory, desire, bread, power, rest, keys of the kingdom, authority, salvation, Holy Spirit, much is given…much is required (Luke 12:48 (Doctrine & Covenants 82:3), gave His only begotten Son, eternal life, comforter, increase, apostles and prophets, grace, answered prayers, divine power, line upon line, weaknesses, prophesy, exaltation – to name just few of the blessings we have received from God, freely.
Day 6: The Doctrine of Christ. General Conference, October 2016. Brian K Ashton. Second Counselor in the Sunday School General Presidency.
Day 7: New scripture
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he shall not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6