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John 14:13

“Whatever you ask in My name, that will I do, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son.”

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Study Note:

To ask in Jesus’ “name” does not mean to tack such an expression on the end of a prayer as a mere formula.  It means: 1) the believer’s prayer should be for His purposes and kingdom and not selfish reasons; 2) the believer’s prayer should be on the basis of His merits and not any personal merit or worthiness; and 3) the believer’s prayer should be in pursuit of His glory alone.

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The MacArthur Study Bible, John MacArthur

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