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Never tell Jesus how to answer our Prayers (Is. 55:8)
When we pray, we should NEVER tell Jesus how to answer our prayers. We can close ourselves off from receiving God's plan for our lives, family and friends. “For My thoughts are not your thoughts,
Nor are your ways My ways,” says the Lord. (Is. 55:8) 
At a meeting in Winnipeg AB a couple came for prayer. They explained, “We would like you to pray for our son Robert. He just finished high school. He’s wonderful Christian. We would like to ask Jesus to bless him and show him His Plan for his life". I started to pray, but unknown to myself, I asked Jesus to bless Douglas and guide him. They interrupted me, “That’s not the son we asked you to pray for! He’s a bad son. He uses drugs and is rebellious and he’s always in trouble!” I said, “I didn’t know you had a bad son. He’s the one we should pray for.” Reluctantly they prayed with me for his salvation.”
About 2 am. in the morning, the "bad son", Douglas woke them up. He said, “I’ve got to tell you what happened tonight. I got saved and baptized with the Holy Spirit!” They came back the next evening to tell me the incredible miracle!” Thank you Jesus!

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Yours in Jesus,  
Rev. Gordon Williams
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