“I Don’t Know What to Pray, Lord, But I Love You…”

Have you ever just been so overwhelmed with life’s events that this is all you can pray?

This has been my prayer for many days now.  I lay down at night and this is all that comes out.

Yet, somehow, I feel this is enough.  I don’t feel like anything else need be said.

God knows my heart.  He knows my thoughts.  He knows where I’m at right now in life’s journey.

And sometimes simple is better.

6 thoughts on ““I Don’t Know What to Pray, Lord, But I Love You…”

  1. Romans 8:26
    In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us through wordless groans.

    God bless you……. as He makes you into pure gold!

    Rebecca

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  2. In the moments I have felt the same, my prayer has been, “I know You know what You are doing…” And He does. You are correct when you say you believe it’s enough because He knows your heart. It is and He does. Isaiah taught us alot this year and it is times like these we can draw from those truths. God is BIGGER and stronger and He is our Warrior in all circumstances. Trust in Him completely because only He is worthy of our full trust.

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  3. As Rebecca said, the Holy Spirit will intercede for you. You also have many prayer warriors that are sending prayers for you, your family and your situation as we know it.
    Take heart, God is in complete control and his plan for you and your family is perfect and good, to prosper you and not to harm you. Hang on to that promise and keep it in your heart.

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  4. Hi Dear all
    God is so graceful , he is telling me through you , my heart and shoulder is so heavy with burdens that I don’t know how to put into words in prayer so I keep it simple than I ask myself whether he hears me or not , though He has not answer my request I know He is in charge of my life and things will be alright when his right time comes by, by your revelation my thoughts are answer. Thank you.

    GOD IS GOOD

    Margaret

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