"If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask what you want and it will be done for you." (John 15: 7 NIV)
In John 15: 7, we find: If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask what you want and it will be done for you.
The condition of this powerful prayer is that we remain in Jesus Christ and his words remain in us, this has a powerful effect, which means letting Jesus remain in us speaking to us. It means that we welcome Jesus into our lives and make room for him to live, not as a silent guest who does not think or dispose, but as one with authority, whose opinions matter much more to us than those of any other, and whose mandates are the law of our lives.
... to let the words of Jesus remain in us is to follow all the necessary steps to keep the living voice of Jesus speaking to us through his words in the Scriptures. This implies a spiritually intentional act by relating to a living person, causing his words to penetrate our mind. It is to meditate on what he said about “I have come so that they may have life, and that they may have it in abundance”, is to thank Jesus for coming, to praise him as a giver of life, to believe that his intention for us is that we have life in abundance, and ask him to do his will on us.
When Jesus' words remain in us, we listen to them and respond to them as living words pronounced by a living God, to whom we respond with faith or disbelief, with obedience or disobedience.
This powerful prayer "Jesus Christ remains in us, his words remain in us, so it is good to ask:
Jesus Christ remains in us actively?