Be Inspired By This Message From Joel Osteen, “Keep Praying, God Hears Your Heart”

God’s not done with you yet, He is just starting. He is greater than your fear. He is greater than your insecurities. He is greater than your failures. He is greater than your past. He is greater than your enemies.

He is greater than your lack of resources. He is greater than your limitations.

Today, your situation may be ugly – it may be impossible to see the good that will come out of it. Your momentary battle will never rattle God. It’s okay.

Cry out for help or genuinely whisper with a sincere heart – God’s near to the brokenhearted. He’s aware of every detail of your broken heart, He will put the pieces back together of every circumstance and even the people who knowingly or unknowingly crushed you.

You are in the ocean of His grace, and He has great plans for you. Wait and trust. Continue to hear from Him. Continue to be led by Him. Someday, you’ll see the value in the valley of life’s darkest moments.

But, as it is written, “What no eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor the heart of man imagined, what God has prepared for those who love him” 1 Corinthians 2:9

Keep a hold of this promise. We know this because we are serving a good God who loves us. God hears and He sees, and you are not alone in your struggles. Remain firm and stable, for God has your deliverance planned.

We all have times in our lives when we’ve got to stir ourselves up and remember who we are and what we’re called to do. We need to make sure we stay on fire on the inside, and that every day we’re praying for God to use us and let our light shine.

Prayer is simply conversation with God. It doesn’t need to be long, loud or fancy. What’s important is the sincerity of our heart and the confidence that God hears and will answer us. We must develop the confidence that even if we simply say, “God help me,” He hears and will answer.

You never know what you really know until you are tested. Pray for God to grant you grace to serve Him wholeheartedly despite your circumstances. Prayer can sometimes sound like this huge daunting thing that we’re either not qualified to do or we’re not privileged enough to do, but prayer is simply talking to God.

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