Seeds of Truth: John 14:13

“You can ask for anything in my name, and I will do it,

so that the Son can bring glory to the Father.”

John 14:13, NLT

What does this verse mean to you? Does it mean that God will give you anything you ask for? What role does God’s sovereignty play? How does God answer prayers? What do you do when God doesn’t answer your prayer the way you want Him to? How do you trust Him to do what’s best for you? What do you do when He answers your prayer the way you wanted Him to? How does praise and thankfulness fit into your lifestyle? What does honest prayer look like? How can you approach God with confidence?

How can you use this verse in your writing:

  • What kind of nonfiction piece can you write?
  • What tips would you offer in a how-to article?
  • What story can you tell in a personal experience piece? What take-away value can you give?
  • How can you use this verse to inspire fiction?
  • How can you use this verse to inspire poetry?
  • Do you know someone who lives out this verse? Can you interview them and write a personality profile on the?
  • How can you explain this verse to children? What kind of children’s story can you write? What kind of nonfiction piece can you write for children?
  • What kind of devotion can you write on this verse?
  • How can you apply this verse to writing about marriage, parenting, singleness, relationships, work, health, trusting God, worship, God’s sovereignty, impatience, anxiety, finances, prayer, etc.?

 

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Posted on May 25, 2016, in anxiety, Bible, biography, children, courage, emotional health, family relationships, fiction, finances, forgiveness, health, history, humor, illness, inspiration, inspiring Bible verses, interview, marriage, memoirs, mystery, nonfiction, parenting, plays, poetry, prayer, relationships, romance, science fiction, screenplays, singleness, thankfulness, thriller, writer's life, writing, writing ideas, writing prompt and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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