Not my will, but yours be done.
(Luke 22:42, NIV)
Pray this prayer when you are caught in a swirl of events beyond your control.
Pray it during frustrating times;
during uncertain times,
when things aren’t working out right.
Jesus considered His most difficult days as
His best chance to glorify His Father.
He knew that as He hung on the Cross,
the Father’s love would shine the brightest.
So it is with us.
Often our most difficult times are when
others see God’s love and power most clearly in our lives.
Are you willing to let Him use your suffering to glorify himself?
whatever glorifies You.