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Ask and You Shall Receive

For some of us, it can be quite difficult to ask for something. Perhaps, our pride enables us to hold back and hence, we believe we can do anything on our own. While the previous statement might vary from person to person, what is true, nonetheless, the Lord is anxious to hear from us. He is there, waiting for our prayers to be articulated. We need to consider He can provide, thus we need to be careful what it is we ask. We don't always need what we want, instead, we might ask him to provide what we truly need.

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