The Privilege of Knowing God

We pray not to change God’s mind, but to know His mind. God commands us to pray. In our opening text our Savior says, Men ought always to pray, and not to faint. This is a command that offers us the privilege of knowing God. Many would be surprised if God actually answered their prayers. They don’t really expect Him to. Mechanical prayers don’t get much further than ‘out of our lips.’ It is prayer without hope. That is why the study of the divine science in the Prayer of Faith is so important. For our Christian growth and personal relationship with God, we need to know He hears us and cares about our future.

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