The Hardest Prayer to Pray

I believe that one of the hardest prayers to pray is to let God’s will be done in our lives. Generally we want things to happen in our lives based on what we want.

But our will is not always God’s will for our life. Therefore, it can be rather difficult to pray that God’s will be done in our lives.

In doing so we fear that God’s will is not what we want in life. God’s will might mean no to that person that isn’t meant for us to marry. It could mean no to that seemingly dream job. God’s will might mean that the time isn’t right to start that business.

However, regardless us what disappointment it may cause you, I encourage you to pray that prayer as you go through your journey. I believe it’s better to be in the will of God. You have to understand that God’s way is the best way.

It may not seem like the best way at the time. But God sees the future. He knew the end in the beginning. If you will just trust God today and know that He won’t guide you wrong, everything will turn out for the greater good in the end.

You see, your will may be based on the present or maybe even the future as you see it. But God’s will is based on the greater good. He has your best interest at heart.

Next time you pray to God, pray that His will be done in your life. Pray that He gives you the strength and courage to accept His will. It may not be an easy prayer to pray but it’s a worthwhile prayer. It can possibly save you heartache in the long run. Pray this prayer today as you charge forth on your journey of life!

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Author: Jarrod Clark (786 Articles)

Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Jarrod Clark, author and founder of OptimisticJourney.com and my goal for this blog is to provide inspirational messages for maintaining an optimistic outlook on life. To find out more about me, check out the About Jarrod tab at the top of the page and if you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact me! Thanks!

2 Comments

  • At 2010.07.29 01:09, Sandra Hendricks said:

    This is a great idea Jarrod. I believe it requires a lot of confidence and courage to pray for this. Another great matter to pray to the Almighty about is that he will relieve us from our indecisiveness!

    • At 2010.07.29 17:46, ayo said:

      hello jarrod,
      how are you?
      i am reminded of the lords prayer, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
      enjoy the rest of the day

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