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You have to know the promise before you can claim it. Because there is a promise in the Bible for each of our specific needs, it would behoove us to try and find out what those promises are, don't you think? We can't claim a promise we don't even know exists. I respectfully suggest that for a moment you stop listening to what other people are saying about your situation and search the Word of God to see what His thoughts are about what you are going through.
King David knew his God as a promise-keeping God - One who is faithful to His promises. He not only knew them in his mind, but he had experienced them in his own life. He knew that Bible promises are God's response to human problems. That's why David could say with all assurance, "Your promises have been thoroughly tested; that is why I love them so much" (Psalm 119:140).
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