“Pray then, in this way: ‘Our Father who is in heaven…’” (Matthew 6:9).
Just the simple and humble acknowledgement of our heavenly Father puts everything in a different light. Most prayers are prompted by circumstances. While the things that bring us to our knees may seem at the moment insurmountable, they become diminutive when offered to the care of our glorious God. Prayer moves us beyond our situation to the sufficiency of God.