There are a lot of people who want more than what they currently have. Out of those people only a few truly get what they want. The reason only a few people get what they want is because they know how to ask for what they want. Matthew 7:7-8 states, “Ask, and it shall be given to you; seek , and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened. There are a lot of people who are not even asking for what they want. There are also a lot of people not asking for what they want correctly; in order to get what they want. The people who are incorrectly asking for what they want are asking for what they have to be replaced with something better. They might complain about what they currently have and how they want more. They might sound something like this when they are asking, ” I’m tired of this old car, it hardly works, I’m embarrassed to be seen in it, I just want a new car”. Instead it should go and sound something like this, “Thank you , for everything that I have because I know I could have less than this and there are people who would be happy to have what I have, continue to keep me as You always do and bless me with a 7 series BMW (or whatever you desired choice)”. One has to see themselves in the possession of what they really want and find joy in thinking about having the objects of their desires before even having it. They must treat and drive the old car as if it was the car that they desire. Mark 11:24 states, “Therefore I say unto you, what things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive [them], and ye shall have [them]”. For the people who are not even asking, gain the courage to start to ask for what you want in the correct way because you really deserve to have everything you want. There is an abundance of resources for everyone to have what they want because we are all different and want different things. There is enough for you to have exactly what you want. From this day forward practice asking for what you want the right way.