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    Does God Always Answer Our Prayers, And Give Us What We Ask For?

    When you rise in the morning, do you humbly, and heartily make known your wants to your heavenly Father? If so, angels mark your prayers, and when you are in danger of unconsciously doing wrong, your guardian angel will be by your side, prompting you to a better course, choosing your words for you, and influencing your actions. 19Testimonies for the Church 3:363, 364.LASW 144.5

    We are to rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him. The answer to our prayers may not come as quickly as we desire, and it may not be just what we have asked; but He who knows what is for the highest good of His children will bestow a much greater good than we have asked, if we do not become faithless and discouraged. 20Sons and Daughters of God, 92.LASW 144.6

    More Questions

    In this book Mrs. White has answered many questions about her life, her work, and her travels. In Chapters Eleven and Twelve she has helped with problems that junior youth face daily—how to have strong bodies, how to become strong spiritually.LASW 145.1

    Now you are at Mrs. White’s home again. It is Sabbath afternoon. You and a group of friends have called to ask a few special questions. You know that Sister White will answer them, because she is always willing to help anyone with problems.LASW 145.2

    First there is a song, then prayer, followed by questions. You can hardly wait to begin. Your own question comes first. You listen closely as she answers, and you are satisfied. Settling back comfortably, you listen to the questions and answers that follow.LASW 145.3