\”But some will say, \”Does He not know without a monitor, both what our difficulties are and what is meet for our interest, so that it seems in some measure superfluous to solicit Him by our prayers, as if He were winking or even sleeping until aroused by the sound of our voice.\” Those who argue in this way attend not to the end or the purpose for which the Lord taught us to pray. It was not so much for God’s good, as it was for our good.\”(John Calvin, The Institutes of the Christian Religion, Book III Chapter 20)
Calvin on Prayer
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