Why Prayer Is Disappointing
“Yet not as I will, but as You will” (Matthew 26:39).
But the greatest example of prayer is found in the words of Jesus. The night before His crucifixion, He asked His Father to spare Him the agony of the cross, but then added, “Yet not My will, but Yours,” (Luke 22:42). Prayer is about getting to know the will of God, and Him providing the power to do it.
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