Heart of Prayer
After building a prayer foundation by understanding God's sovereignty, we must make a commitment to always come to Him honestly in our prayer times.
We must be willing to confess we are angry with Him when we
are feeling that way. He is able to handle our anger, and He
knows when it is there, whether or not we are honest about it.
Some people would tell you not to ask God questions like, “Why?”
I am not one of those people. I believe that asking God “Why”
indicates that we have the faith to know that He, and only He,
has the answer. I believe “Why?” is a question that ultimately
shows faith. However, once we ask the question, we must be willing
to rest in His timing for the answer. For some situations the
answer may come fairly quickly, for others, very slowly, and
for some, not until we see Him face-to-face. If we trust in
the sovereignty of our God, we wrestle our way to peace in the
knowledge that if an answer is for our highest good, the God
who loves us will not withhold it.