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prayinghandsNo matter how perplexing or challenging your situation is your prayers do not have to be.  They should be specific, but keep ’em simple.  God is not impressed with lengthy prayers and flattering words to show off your vast vocabulary.   Notwithstanding, there is absolutely nothing wrong with intelligent, articulate prayers.  However, it’s not about being grammatically correct and fancy words; it’s about a believing heart.   Since the Lord knows everything, there is no need to pretend.  It is not your vocabulary that gets God’s attention, it is your faith.

Your faith in God, your relationship with Jesus Christ and your commitment to that relationship, regardless of your adversity, give you the privilege of talking to the Creator of the Universe, our Father, in your native language to express your needs and concerns in simplicity.  After all, God can even  interpret your silence because He hears your heart and sees your faith.

 

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