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God does not delay to hear our prayers because He has no mind to give; but that, by enlarging our desires, He may give us the more largely.
We never understand what we're praying, and God, in His mercy, does not answer our prayers according to our understanding, but according to His wisdom.
Our prayers may be weak, stammering, and poor in our eyes. But if they come from a right heart, God understands them. Such prayers are His delight.
People may refuse our love or reject our message, but they are defenseless against our prayers.
People may resist our advice, spurn our appeals, reject our suggestions, refuse our help, but they are powerless against our prayers.
Men may spurn our appeals, reject our message, oppose our arguments, despise our persons, but they are helpless against our prayers.
God wants us to pray, and he wants to hear our prayers-not because we are worthy, but because he is merciful.
Our prayers cannot force God to do anything, but He uses them as His own instruments to bring about His will.
Our prayers lay the track down which Gods power can come. Like a mighty locomotive, his power is irresistible, but it cannot reach us without rails.
Our prayers run along one road and God's answers by another, and by and by they meet.
God sometimes answers our prayers by giving us what we would have asked for had we known what He knows.
Unless we believe that God renews creation every day, our prayers grow habitual and tedious.
The measure of our love for others can largely be determined by the frequency and earnestness of our prayers for them.
In our prayers, we talk to God, in our Bible study, God talks to us, and we had better let God do most of the talking.
God answers our prayers not because we are good, but because He is good.
If there is a God that has special plans for humans, then He has taken very great pains to hide His concern for us. To me it would seem impolite if not impious to bother such a God with our prayers.
Amazing, isn't it, that our prayers...can move the very heart of God who created the universe?
Let your prayer for temporal blessings be strictly limited to things absolutely necessary.
Sometimes it helps to begin our prayers by confessing we don't feel like praying-and ask God to help us with our preference to be doing something else.
When our hands have touched spices, they give fragrance to all they handle. Let us make our prayers pass through the hands of the Blessed Virgin. She will make them fragrant.
Our prayers are heard, not because we are in earnest, not because we suffer, but because Jesus suffered.
God does not exist to answer our prayers, but by our prayers we come to discern the mind of God.
We impoverish God in our minds when we say there must be answers to our prayers on the material plane; the biggest answers to our prayers are in the realm of the unseen.
Satan can't keep God from answering our prayers, but he will keep us from asking.
Be specific in your prayer requests of GOD.
Our prayers and fastings are of less avail, unless they are aided by almsgiving.
We offer our prayers in weakness but they ascend in power because of the blood of Jesus.
Jesus removes all that is superfluous & unclean from our prayers, & adds His perfection, beauty & fragrance to them!
I believe God always listens to our prayers.
What God gives in answer to our prayers will always be the thing we most urgently need, and it will always be sufficient.
We must have a warrant for our prayers. If we have some great desire, we must search the scriptures to find if it be right to ask it.
I know at times we feel that perhaps in our prayers we ask too much. Or possibly we feel something isn't important enough to be bothering God with it. Maybe we should let Him decide these things.
Our prayers are heard by God not according to what we try to be when we pray, but who we are when we are not praying
Sweet souls around us watch us still, press nearer to our side; Into our thoughts, into our prayers, with gentle helpings glide.
Our prayers lay the track down which God's power can come.
We are the natural nurturers of the Earth Mother. The Earth Mother needs our help, she needs our prayers. We need to educate the women of the world that prayer works.
Unless the Spirit of God is with us, we cannot expect that our prayers will be answered.
Our Lord is the ground from whom our prayer grows and in his love and grace he himself gives us our prayers.
God's answers are wiser than our prayers.
We must empty purgatory with our prayers.
Nowhere does Jesus hear our prayers more readily than in the Blessed Sacrament
It is good for us to keep some account of our prayers, that we may not unsay them in our practice.
The world was made partly that there may be prayer; partly that our prayers might be answered.
Let us seek friends that will stir up our prayers, our Bible reading, our use of time, and our salvation.
Let us resolve by God's grace, that however poor and feeble our prayers may seem to be, we will pray on.
The efficacy of our prayers depends on how much we care for one another.
Though we cannot by our prayers give God any information, yet we must by our prayers give him honor.
When we pray "in the Name of Jesus" the answers are in accordance with His nature, and if we think our prayers are unanswered it is because we are not interpreting the answer along this line.
By affliction prayer is quickened, for our prayers are very apt to grow languid and formal in a time of ease.
It is in vain to expect our prayers to be heard, if we do not strive as well as pray.