Asking In Christ’s Name

      Asking In Christ’s Name

And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father May be glorified in the Son. John 14:13.

I am so thankful that we can trust in God. And the Lord is honored when we trust in Him, bringing to Him all our perplexities….

The Lord Jehovah did not deem the principles of salvation complete while invested only with His own love. By His own appointment He has placed at His altar an Advocate clothed in our nature.

As our Intercessor, His office work is to introduce us to God as His sons and daughters. Christ
intercedes in behalf of those who have received Him. To them He gives power, by virtue of His own merits, to become members of the royal family, children of the heavenly King. And the Father
demonstrates His infinite love for Christ, who paid our ransom by His blood, by receiving and welcoming Christ’s friends as His friends. He is satisfied with the
atonement made. He is glorified by the incarnation, the life, death, and mediation of His Son.

In Christ’s name our petitions ascend to the Father. He intercedes in our behalf, and the
Father lays open all the treasures of His grace for our appropriation, to enjoy and communicate to others. Ask in My name, Christ says. I do not say that I will pray the Father for you, for the Father Himself loveth you, because you have loved Me.

Make use of My name (JESUS). This will give your prayers efficiency, and the Father will give you the riches of His grace.

Wherefore ask and ye shall receive, that your joy May be
full.

What condescension! What a privilege is granted us! Christ is the connecting link between God and man…. As we approach
God through the virtue of Christ’s merits, we are clothed with His priestly vestments. He places us close by His side, encircling us
with His human arm, while with His divine arm He grasps the throne of the Infinite. He puts His merits as sweet incense in a censer in our hands in order to encourage our petitions. He promises to hear and answer
our supplications.

Yes; Christ has become the medium of prayer between man and God. He also has become the medium of  blessing between God and man. He has combined divinity and humanity.

Again, whatsoever ye shall ask in my name (JESUS), that will I do, that the Father May be glorified in the Son.

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