Wednesday, 6 July 2016

What do you ask for?

What do you ask for?
In your prayers at the moment, what is your number one request?
I know that it is easy to fill up our prayer list with a perpetual shopping list: "God do this..." or "Lord, can you do that...", but at the end of the day, we rest our prayers in the heart of God.

As Charles Wesley once remarked:

"All my requests are lost in one, "Father, thy will be done!"

It is a tough lesson to remember that all my requests are answered according to the will of Jesus. However, in the end, I have to trust that he knows best.

Matthew 6:10May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.

Living in Grace

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