I know I am not the only one who struggles with God’s will at times, but sometimes, I think I may be one of the most irrational of His children. I’m sure glad he loves me anyway!
The struggle for my own way is a daily one. No, I take that back; it’s more of an hourly one, and sometimes moment by moment.
As we follow God, sometimes the road gets bumpy.
God knows what we need even before we ask. He also knows what is best for us that He does not instantly grant what we beseech. He gave us skills and knowledge to utilize in acquiring the things we desire most, according to His will. Let us prove then we are worth the chance. Let us conquer our own fears and soar high.
I believe we often forget that praying for others also changes us, and for the better!
Oh my God, please give me easy of getting money!
Then God doesn’t give us money.
Prayer is no magic wand or fast food service, nor is it a way to force God to do what we want Him to do.
Asking the children in my Sunday class, “If I sold my car and house, had a big garage sale and gave all my money to the church, would I go to heaven?”
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