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I’d love to talk with Martin Luther King, just to hear his voice up close and be with someone who had such faith. He had such power. ~ David Harewood
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God answers all our prayers! Sometimes the answer is yes if that is God’s will for us. Other times the answer is to wait, that is something that we tend not to like to hear, but there always is a reason for that. Other times the answer is no, which can be even more frustrating that hearing the answer wait. Finally, the one I recently learned which I like the best is the answer be patient because I have something even better in mind for you!
Keep in mind that you ought to pray to God as often as you can. I find it most convenient to pray in the morning a little and pray in the evening as I lay my head to sleep. Throughout the day, I find moments that prayer is important and other times prayer is just a comforting thing that I like to do.
Whenever you pray to Jesus Christ keep in mind that your words do not have to be eloquent or sound real intelligent, just pray as if you were talking to God in a conversation because that is what prayer is, a conversation between you and God. After you pray to hear what God is trying to communicate back to you all you need to do is ask God to make His will clear to you, and by meditating on His word from the Bible.
The message of Jesus is summed up partly in the Sermon on the Mount, and partly when he begins his ministry and quotes the passage from Isaiah: ‘I have come to set free the prisoners and restore sight to the blind.’ And certainly, his mission is also to bring hope. It was to heal people, to befriend the outcast. ~ Dan Wakefield