Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.
This is part of the good news Jesus came to bring. If we ask for it, He will bring it. If we look for it, we will find it. If we keep knocking at the door, eventually, it will open for us. This is Kingdom 101 quite often, and, whether it is accepted as such or dismissed from there, it can often get little investigation later. However, as with many of Jesus’ sayings, they apply to multiple levels.
For instance, take the phrase “Seek and you will find.” This, of course, applies to the Kingdom of Heaven, to God the Father, and to Jesus. This of course applies to answers and deliverances and other such burdens we offer towards heaven. But, let’s look at this another way for a moment.
Jesus ministered on the Earth in the power of the Spirit. The gifts were evident yet not on display. The Spirit was present, and the gifts were promised, but the primary focus of the teaching was directed towards the Father’s will.