In her Bible Study On Bended Knee, Crickett Keeth asks what it implies to pray “according to the riches of his glory (Ephesians three:16)?”*

It implies we pray expecting God “to do far a lot more abundantly than all we ask or think (Ephesians three:21).”

Here’s why: “The higher a person’s wealth, the higher his present should be to qualify for providing according to his wealth. For God to give according to the riches of His glory is definitely staggering, since His riches are limitless, absolutely without the need of bounds.”**

*adapted from Crickett Keeth, On Bended Knee, p. 43.

**John MacArthur, The MacArthur New Testament Commentary Ephesians, p.102.

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