Is there something we can tell God that He does not know? It is impossible because God is omniscient, knows everything, but so does not mean that our prayer has no purpose and God is the first encouraging us to pray, because we find comfort talking to someone who knows and is aware of what happens to us, he knows our circumstances. Meet all conditions whether past, present or future that maintain our wellbeing. So Jesus in Matthew’s Gospel tells us, know our thoughts, our intentions, our desires. It is intimately aware of our ways, we read in Psalm 139. He knows the anguish of our heart, tensions continued frustration of the enemies both inside and outside that fight against our soul.
Can we, presume to dictate the time and the terms of our liberation, adversity or trials? Are we able to say that this or that way is the best, most feasible to develop our soul? Absolutely not. We can not teach God anything. He knows all the roads that lead us to glory, because of all the possible paths, He has chosen the best, most appropriate route as we are and what He has been provided for us.
We can never teach God knowledge, but yes, we love you and trust you. That is all that
He asks of us, says David Roper.
Surely the answer that God chooses for me. It is best to receive, So I will always be grateful, and rest in His goodness. -D. De Haan
We have the assurance that God knows the end from the beginning, so that we can trust with everything in between
If I am trusting in God, always be sure of His love, because He alone will make me as better for me and although it often seems to be the opposite, but I will always have the assurance that He is faithful and not going to happen not benefit us. God is faithful to his word!
In the Psalms we find that the eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous and his ears are always open to their prayers. If we delight in the Lord He will give you the desires of our heart. We entrust to the Lord our way trusting in Him and He will act, because the Lord is good and forgiving, great is His love for all who invoke, because the Lord is near to all who invoke and indeed fulfills the wishes of those we fear, hear our cry and saves us.
In the Epistle to the Hebrews we read that we have a priest who can not sympathize with our weaknesses, but has been tempted in all points like as we are, yet without sin. So we can come boldly to the throne of grace to receive mercy and find grace
That will help us at the time of need.
Psalm 73:23-26 tells us:
I am always with you as you hold me by my right hand guides me with Your counsel, and later I welcome it in glory. Who do I have in heaven but You?
If I’m with you, nothing I want on earth. May fail my body and my spirit, but God strengthens my heart, He is my portion forever.