Prayers Left Unanswered May Just be a Miracle

Have you ever thought “Why didn’t God answer my prayer?” Sometimes we are faced with a variety of things that may cause us to pray to God so that He can help us with them:

  • things that we want out of
  • sad moments we wish would never come
  • exciting things that we may think is best for our future

When these moments arise, we pray and sometimes God answers, but sometimes He does not. It is best to always remember that His way is always the best way for us. If you ever ask for something that you do not get rest assured that there must be a good reason for it.

Here’s a video from Joel Osteen to explain his very own unanswered prayer:

I also would like to share with you a song which helps complete this topic:

I hope that this post leaves you feeling more satisfied and sure of your unanswered prayers.

As always, I do enjoy hearing from you so please do not be shy. Maybe you have a prayer that is weighing on your heart and talking about it may just be what you need? Please know that we all face the same dilemma from time to time and talking about things may bring the clarity needed to help us feel more content. Personally, I have been helped by talking about the issues that I have faced, so I hope to be the same type of support for you all.

I wish you all an amazing rest of your Sunday and a great week ahead!

Christy πŸ™‚

35 thoughts on “Prayers Left Unanswered May Just be a Miracle

  1. floatinggold says:

    First thing’s first – When I hear people complain about not receiving what they asked for, I ask them if they ever thanked God for what they DID receive. We pray to have it our way, but once it actually happens, we tend to forget about God. We don’t thank Him for helping us. I think it’s an important step in our relationship with Him. It’s a GIVE and take relationship. Make sure you’re not the one who just takes.

    And second of all, like you said – He has a grand plan, that we cannot see. Sometimes we do not understand why things happen the way they do, but He does. We need to trust it is for our own good.

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