THE PROPER FOCUS OF PRAYER
There is a shrine in the French Pyranees where people come to pray for healing. A war veteran who had lost a leg appeared at the shrine sometime after World War II. As he hobbled his way along the street to the shrine someone said, “Look at that silly man! Does he think God is going to give him back his leg?” The young man overheard the remark and turned towards the speakers and said: “Of course I do not expect God to give me back my leg. I am going to pray to God to help me live without it.”
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