If a problem seems unyielding despite persistent prayer, one might ask himself, "What is my motive for praying? To improve matter? Or to glorify God, good?" A problem can seem mountainous, can seem to dominate our mental horizon and limit our view of infinite good. Result: we find ourselves accepting it as a reality, an obstacle to peace and progress.
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