As sons and daughters of the light, we’re called to persist in prayer. But the question is “What should I pray for?”
In the first place, always remember that God will NEVER grant you a request that is not in accordance with his glorious, perfect will. He’d not grant you a request that’d wreck you. He’d never gift you a ‘scorpion’ no matter how long or how hard you pray and ask for it. He loves you that much.
We continue in petition not to alter God’s perspective but rather to wind up mindful of his will and become changed by and fit in with this his ideal will. We continue supplicating not on the grounds that God can’t hear us but rather on the grounds that we have to hear God talk. Now and again, God doesn’t change our circumstance since he’s bustling attempting to transform us.
In the Lord’s supplication (which is the ideal format for petition), Jesus instructs us to dependably ask that God’s will (not my will) be done on earth for what it’s worth in paradise (Mat. 6:10). Jesus likewise showed to us in his supplication at the Garden of Gethsemane (Mat. 26:39) that we ought to in every case eventually submit to the desire of God the Father subsequent to making our expectations known to God. Our Mother Mary likewise represents this ideal accommodation to the awesome will when she got the ‘irritating’ message from the Archangel (Luke 1:38).
Once in a while, submitting to God’s will doesn’t bode well however be constantly guaranteed that his arrangements for you are of welfare and not of damage, to give you a future with an expectation (Jer. 29:11). ALL things would cooperate for your great in the event that you adore God and stay in his affection (Rom. 8:28).
In spite of the fact that your marvel may dawdle, hang tight for it, it is for the APPOINTED time (Hab. 2:3) and when God reestablishes your fortunes and squandered years, it’d appear to be a fantasy (Ps. 126).
Try not to bargain due to your eagerness. Try not to mishandle your opportunity of decision in view of horrible circumstances. The sufferings we currently experience can’t be contrasted with the brilliance that anticipates us (Rom. 8:18).
Keep trusting God even when trusting him doesn’t make sense. He ALONE knows the end from the beginning (Isa. 46:9-10).
Peace be with you!!!