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Praying with Pentecostal Power

On the eve of celebrating Pentecost, I am reminded to always Pray with Pentecostal power.

I do not need to jump, cry, scream, or run.

I do not need to insistently pray for one thing over and over.
Asking once is enough.
Then, I hand it over to God.

If he believes my request is good, he will grant it.
If he believes my request is not good, then I will agree with God and not insist on getting my way over His way.

I do not need to PUSH (Pray Until Something Happens).
Push people, reality, and the universe around?
I'm not equipped for that.

If I prayed, something DID happen. I don't need all of the details.

What happens after I pray is not dependent upon me.
What happens is dependent upon God's judgment and will, which are always right.

I relax.

I breathe.

I smile.

God is my father.
He handles the tough stuff.

Now, I'm off to have a great day!
Thank you, Papa God.

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