Paragraph 2610

2610. Just as Jesus prays to the Father and gives thanks before receiving his gifts, so he teaches us filial boldness: “Whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you receive it, and you will.”66Such is the power of prayer and of faith that does not doubt: “all things are possible to him who believes.”67Jesus is as saddened by the “lack of faith” of his own neighbors and the “little faith” of his own disciples68as he is struck with admiration at the great faith of the Roman centurion and the Canaanite woman.69


Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

430. Why does the Magisterium of the Church act in the field of morality?

240. What is the purpose of holy images?

230. For what reason are the sacraments necessary for salvation?

177. Who are the faithful?

253. How is Baptism prefigured in the Old Covenant?

398. What are vices?

465. When is a citizen forbidden to obey civil authorities?


Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What are Deuteronomy’s teachings on gratitude to God?

What does the Bible say about the need to forgive, according to Colossians 3:13?

What does “giving thanks in all circumstances” mean in 1 Thessalonians 5:18?

What is the spiritual battle mentioned in 2 Timothy 2:3-4, and how can a Christian fight it?

What can we learn about divine justice from the Lord’s vengeance mentioned in Abdias 1:15?

What does the Bible teach us about asserting personal identity within a loving relationship?

How important is Jesus’ resurrection, and what can we learn from his appearance to the disciples?