What Do You Want Me To Do For You?

Discipleship Devotional Study Guide – Becoming Like Christ - Day 307 - Mark 10:51-52 - What Do You Want Me To Do For You? - Growing As Disciples

Discipleship Devotional Study Guide – Becoming Like Christ – Day 307 – Mark 10:51-52 – What Do You Want Me To Do For You? – Growing As Disciples

“What do you want me to do for you?” Jesus asked him. The blind man said, “Rabbi, I want to see.” “Go,” said Jesus, “your faith has healed you.” Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus along the road. Mark 10:51-52 (NIV) 

What Do You Want? 

Are you really asking me that question? That would be a hard question to answer. Why is that? I don’t want to ask for just anything. I want to ask for what is critically important. Do you think that you can ask only so much of me? Do you think that you only have a set number of requests you can make of me? No, not really. But I do want to ask for what you have placed in my heart and mind as priorities. So, I could say that, “I want what you want”. If you said that, you would need to tell me what you think I want for you. I’d like to try to do that. Go ahead, I’m listening. You want me to live in an intimate relationship with you. You want me to listen to your voice. You want me to obey your commands. You want me to know and love and follow and serve you. You want me to go and do what you ask of me. You want me to bear fruit for your kingdom. You want me to bring glory to your name. You want me to humble myself as I live to serve others. You want me to shine brightly for you in the darkness of this world. You want me to lead others to you. You want me to go and make disciples. You want me to teach others what you have taught me. You want me to intercede in prayer for the needs of others. You want me to love like you loved. You want me to serve like you served. You want me to give like you gave. I realize that this list is rather random. But I know that you want all of these things for me. You want to do all these things in and through me. So, when you say, “What do I want?” I want all of these things to be true in my life. I want you to develop all of these qualities in me. Basically, I could sum all of these qualities up by simply saying, “I want to live a life that is good and right and pleasing to you.” I want or need nothing more or nothing less. I would be far beyond happy and grateful if you were to answer these requests of mine. Do you believe that I will hear and answer these prayers of yours? Yes Lord, I do. You can be sure that I will hear and answer these prayers of yours. Thank you, Lord. 

Lord, I will bring my prayers before you. I will ask you for all that I need. I will be persistent in prayer. I will pray as you guide me. I will ask for not only my needs but also for the needs of others. Teach me to pray prayers that you will gladly hear and answer. Amen

Key Question… Why is it important to be very specific when you make prayer requests to the Lord?

Living It Out… Ask the Lord for what you want and need from Him.

Seeing It Happen… Have faith that the Lord will hear and answer your prayers.

Get Ready To Share… Share with another person or your small group how the Lord has heard and answered your prayers.

Prayer To Bless Others… May you ask the Lord for what you want and need from Him.

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What Do You Want Me To Do?

Discipleship Devotional Study Guide - Prayer - Mark 10:51-52 - What Do You Want Me To Do?- Growing As Disciples

Discipleship Devotional Study Guide – Prayer – Mark 10:51-52 – What Do You Want Me To Do?- Growing As Disciples

“What do you want me to do for you?” Jesus asked him. The blind man said, “Rabbi, I want to see.” “Go,” said Jesus, “your faith has healed you.” Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus along the road. Mark 10:51-52 (NIV)

Want?

What do you want me to do for you? That’s a good question. I’m not sure what I want you to do for me. How will you be able to ask me for what you want if you don’t even know what you want? I can see the problem. Let me start with what I know I want right now. I want to know you. I want to love, follow, and serve you. I want to live my life passionately for you. I want to be on fire for you. I want to shine brightly for you as your witness in the world. I want to do what pleases you. I want to do the good works that you have prepared in advance for me to do for you. When I say that I don’t know what I want, these things are not in question. I am certain that I want all of these things. That is very good.

Can I ask what you want for me? Yes, you can ask that question. You can ask me any question. My answer won’t surprise you. Why is that? The things that you want are what I want for you. Let me ask you a question. Go ahead, I’m listening. If you had everything that you were certain you wanted from me would that be enough for you? Having all that I am certain I want from you would be more than enough for me. I would want or need nothing else. I would be completely satisfied both now and forever. There is something else that I want from you. What’s that? I want you to come to ask me for all that you want and need. Ask me for these things you know you want now. Ask me for all that you will need as you live your life with and for me.

Will you come to ask me for all that you want? Will you ask me specifically for all that you need? Yes Lord, I will come to ask you for all I want and need. What do you want to ask me for right now? I want to ask you to help me to know, love, follow and serve you. I want to ask you to set me on fire for you so I can passionately serve you as a bright and shinning witness in the world. I want to ask you to help me to know and do what pleases you. I want to ask you to make me able to do the good works that you have prepared in advance for me to do for you. I want you to help me to bear fruit for your kingdom and bring glory to your name. Most of all I want to live in a close and intimate relationship with you. I am now asking you for all these things. These are all excellent prayers. Do you believe that I will hear and answer all these prayers of yours? Yes Lord, I believe that you will hear and answer all these prayers of mine. That’s very good. I will.

Lord, my prayers have been so general. Sometimes I’m not even sure what I was asking you to do for me. Teach me how to pray by asking you for specifically what I need. When you meet my specific need I will know you have heard and answered my prayer. Amen

Key Question… What are some specific needs you would like to make known to the Lord right now?

Living It Out… Cry out to the Lord in prayer to make your specific needs known to Him.

Seeing It Happen… Have faith to keep on praying for the Lord to meet your specific needs.

Get Ready To Share… Share with another person or your small group a specific need that you are asking the Lord to meet.

Prayer To Bless Others… May you ask the Lord for what you specifically want and need from Him.

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What Do You Want?

Discipleship Devotional Study Guide – Becoming Like Christ - Day 307 - Mark 10:51-52 - What Do You Want? - Growing As Disciples

Discipleship Devotional Study Guide – Becoming Like Christ – Day 307 – Mark 10:51-52 – What Do You Want? – Growing As Disciples

“What do you want me to do for you?” Jesus asked him. The blind man said, “Rabbi, I want to see.” “Go,” said Jesus, “your faith has healed you.” Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus along the road. Mark 10:51-52 (NIV) 

What Do You Want? 

Are you really asking me that question? That would be a hard question to answer. Why is that? I don’t want to ask for just anything. I want to ask for what is critically important. Do you think that you can ask only so much of me? Do you think that you only have a set number of requests you can make of me? No, not really. But I do want to ask for what you have placed in my heart and mind as priorities. So, I could say that, “I want what you want”. If you said that, you would need to tell me what you think I want for you. I’d like to try to do that. Go ahead, I’m listening. You want me to live in an intimate relationship with you. You want me to listen to your voice. You want me to obey your commands. You want me to know and love and follow and serve you. You want me to go and do what you ask of me. You want me to bear fruit for your kingdom. You want me to bring glory to your name. You want me to humble myself as I live to serve others. You want me to shine brightly for you in the darkness of this world. You want me to lead others to you. You want me to go and make disciples. You want me to teach others what you have taught me. You want me to intercede in prayer for the needs of others. You want me to love like you loved. You want me to serve like you served. You want me to give like you gave. I realize that this list is rather random. But I know that you want all of these things for me. You want to do all these things in and through me. So, when you say, “What do I want?” I want all of these things to be true in my life. I want you to develop all of these qualities in me. Basically, I could sum all of these qualities up by simply saying, “I want to live a life that is good and right and pleasing to you.” I want or need nothing more or nothing less. I would be far beyond happy and grateful if you were to answer these requests of mine. Do you believe that I will hear and answer these prayers of yours? Yes Lord, I do. You can be sure that I will hear and answer these prayers of yours. Thank you, Lord. 

Lord, I will bring my prayers before you. I will ask you for all that I need. I will be persistent in prayer. I will pray as you guide me. I will ask for not only my needs but also for the needs of others. Teach me to pray prayers that you will gladly hear and answer. Amen

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