HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

This poor man called, and the lone heard him; He saved him out of all his troubles. Psalm 34:6 

prayer in times of trouble tends to bring the spirit. into perfect submission to the will of God. and delivers from everything like a rebellious heart or a critical spirit. Prayer sanctifies trouble for our highest good.

Prayer so prepares the heart that it softens under the disciplining hand of God.

Prayer allows God to freely work with us and in us in the day of trouble. Prayer lifts our burdens and brings to us the sweetest, the highest and greatest good.

Prayer permits God’s servant – trouble – to accomplish its mission in us, with us, and for us.

DEAR FATHER, help me to see that my prayers allow you to work freely with me and in me in the day of trouble, Amen.

Author: Patriarch Gregg

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