Though I pleaded with God to save my dying son, heal my escalating disease, and bring back my husband, he denied each of those requests. But his refusals are his mercies.
You do not have to have a bulletin; you have to pray.
The way God answers prayer is different than we often anticipate, but there are no unanswered prayers
Rather than getting lost in scary hypotheticals, I’ve learned to pray for what I don’t know in the context of what I do know.
God has inspired words of complaint and protest to say to him when we are confused and sad, angry and desperate.
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