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November 09, 2012

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Steve Martin

Amen, selahV!

One surefire way to have God always answer your prayer in the affirmative is to pray, "Not my will, but Thy will be done."

selahV

yep, just back out of the way and let it happen. selahV

Steve Martin

Easier said than done.

I am a worry-wart. That's how much I trust in Him.

My faith is a quarter the size of a grain of salt.

selahV

I'm smiling, Steve. we each have times when we truly want God's will but we are simply afraid of the unknown because we know God does things in very unique ways. I mean who woulda thought of parting the Red Sea, or feeding thousands with a couple of fish and a few loaves of bread? Well, that's the whole point... God is not us and we are so silly we think we know best. We don't. And it is good to know we can rely on Him in our ignorance and foolishness. That's what is so nice about abiding in Him, when we mess up, we are still in Him and he takes up the slack.

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