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“Don’t Stop Praying, The Lord Is Always With You!”

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“Don’t Stop Praying; The Lord Is Always With You!”
Paul says we should pray without ceasing. Prayer is a complement to God’s planned action for our lives. At no time should you think that all is lost so there is no need praying again.
As soon as Jonah was swallowed by the fish, he immediately saw the hand of God at work. So “from inside the fish Jonah prayed to the Lord. He said: ‘In my distress I called to the Lord and he answered me…Those who cling to worthless idols forfeit the grace that could be theirs. But I, with a song of thanksgiving, will sacrifice to you. What I have vowed I will make good. Salvation comes from the Lord.’…”
After Jonah’s prayer, “the Lord commanded the fish and it vomited Jonah onto dry land”(Jon.2:1-10).
My friend, it is never as bad as it seems, such that God does not know and won’t act. Far from it everything works out for the good of those who trust in him. Don’t stop praying! Never give up on God for he is perfecting his plans for you!
You may be inside the fish, but you are not food for the fish; you are only a passenger being ferried to the shore! God works in mysterious ways!
Indeed, we may not know how he does it, but “Salvation comes from the Lord!”
Prayer: Lord, I may not be skilled to understand what you have willed and planned for me and my people, but I know salvation comes from you alone. I will pray and praise you in every circumstances because I know your plans for us are for good. I pray through the merits of Jesus Christ, your Son, our Lord. Amen!
Have a blessed day! Peace be with you!

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