Plymouth Congregational Church

God for All

Prayers are Never too Small (conclusion)

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Why?

Why?

Why?

Many of us sit back and ask God “why” in the negative when we go to Him in prayer…

Or we may beg Him to answer this prayer despite not praying for so long…

Or we may go to Him in prayer of admonishment because He allowed something evil to happen…

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God will not leave you.

God will not allow evil to happen, though it does.

God asks the same thing of you as you ask of your own child…

One day a young child, all of seven, asked her Mommy, whom seemed so sad, “How can I make you happy?”

And, as any parent will truly answer a child, the Mommy responded, “Please just listen to me. Obey me. Trust me when I give you an answer. Hear my words when I speak to you.”

You are God’s child, no matter how old, and as God’s child he only asks for you to

Listen

Trust

Obey

Please hear the story of Rachel Aldous, the women behind the song A Mother’s Prayer.

Remember, prayer is with you always. It is your 911 to God. It is your link. Your connection. And your “amen” is the send button.

You control your end of the line.

All you need to do is allow God to control his.

Pray in thankfulness

Pray in pain

Pray for others

Pray for yourself

Just pray

It is your daily dose of Vitamin D.

No prayer is ever too small…

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Author: bkbites

Stay at home Mom of 3 boys, 1 goofy dog, 2 wickedly crazy cats, and a traveling husband. Ah, what can be better? It's a full life without a doubt.

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