god hears prayer

Our Arsenal who art in London
Hallowed be thy name
Thy trophy come
Thy victory be done
In Wembley as it is in the Emirates
Give us this day our FA Cup
And forgive us our anger over this season                                                       As we forgive those who made it happen
And lead us not into loss
But deliver us from the evil of an inglorious season
For thine is the kingdom
and the power, and the glory,
for ever and ever


Haku will you ever say anything that’s not cheesy or come off as flirting??

Answer: Never

I’m still not over that update, but at least it gave me inspiration of making a bunny!Haku for Fire Emblem Heroes.

Beware, he’ll probably call the summoner avatar weird spring related nicknames like “lil’ bunny” or “chic-a-dee”, or his favorite “lil’ rose((exclusive for Xander and love interests *shot*))

careful he might penetrate you with that ‘carrot sword” ((I’ll leave now))

It’d be kinda fun to see a spring festival version of everyone else’s fatesona!!!


Friend, have you almost given up on God answering your prayer? Don’t lose hope. God hears every prayer. He doesn’t miss a single one. The wait can be so hard. But it’s where we plumb the depths of our faith and our God. If we keep our eyes on the answer, we can miss God’s deep and abiding work. That’s why it’s important to keep our eyes on Him. When you feel weary, and want to give up, remember He is good. And when His answer comes, it will exceed anything you could ever ask or imagine.
—  Wendy Blight
Basic Prayer

Hail Hades, Pluto, Lord of the Underworld. You have many names to describe your greatness and I pray that You accept my few. Your power is great and as vast as the core under the earth. God of Below, hear my prayer, if it pleases you.

I do not expect special treatment, but ask that You watch over me and guide my steps, though I am not worthy. I ask that Your wisdom guide me and Your stoicism strengthen me.

Hail to You, Hades. I praise and I thank you, even if you make no action. I am open and listening. Hail to You!

(This is my go to prayer, one that I wrote myself. I decided to post it in case others would like to use it. I pray this in the morning and evening, or at least, I try to.)

Behind the Scenes

April 2, 2017

Read: Daniel 10:1–14

Your words were heard, and I have come in response to them. Daniel 10:12

My daughter sent a text message to a friend, in hopes of having a question answered quickly. Her phone’s messaging service showed that the recipient had read the message, so she waited anxiously for a reply. Mere moments passed, yet she grew frustrated, groaning her annoyance at the delay. Irritation eroded into worry; she wondered whether the lack of response meant there was a problem between them. Eventually a reply came and my daughter was relieved to see their relationship was fine. Her friend had simply been sorting out the details needed to answer the question.

The Old Testament prophet Daniel also anxiously awaited a reply. After receiving a frightening vision of great war, Daniel fasted and sought God through humble prayer (10:3, 12). For three weeks, he received no reply (vv. 2, 13). Finally, an angel arrived and assured Daniel his prayers had been heard “since the first day.” In the meantime, the angel had been battling on behalf of those prayers. Though Daniel didn’t know it at first, God was at work during each of the twenty-one days that elapsed between his first prayer and the angel’s coming.

God is always at work on behalf of His people.

The confidence that God hears our prayers can cause us to become anxious when His reply doesn’t come when we want it to. We are prone to wonder whether He cares. Yet Daniel’s experience reminds us that God is at work on behalf of those He loves even when it isn’t obvious to us.

Lord, help me to trust Your care for me even when I can’t see it.

By Kirsten Holmberg

Even a silent prayer from a sincere heart doesn’t go unnoticed.
He knows and hears every prayer.
You only have to ask with full conviction.
—  Mufti Ismael Menk

“Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need” (Hebrews 4:16).
God hears our prayers. Jesus told His disciples that only faith the size of a mustard seed was needed to move mountains. A small measure of faith can have an amazing impact in our lives.
As you begin to pray with faith, believe God will do the impossible in your life. When God answers our prayers, His glory is revealed.
We are reminded in Hebrews 4:16 to approach God’s throne of grace confidently. He wants us to come before Him with confidence that He loves us and He desires to help us. He loves us so much that He will move mountains for us. Hallelujah to the King of kings!

anonymous asked:

Do you think God hears and answers the prayers of only the saved, or the unsaved too? And I don't mean the initial prayer when you give your heart to Him, bc He must always be receptive to that; I mean our everyday prayers, about needs and wants.

To answer this question, you need to see the difference between the prayers of those who are saved and the unsaved. Those who are unsaved sometimes pray only because of their greed and to satisfy their selfish desires. Those who are saved pray that the will of God will be done in their life.

When you see the wicked getting all their desires, maybe it’s not God answering their prayers, maybe it’s the enemy who wants to destroy their soul, because God will not give us something that will hinder us from becoming like His Son. Everything good comes from God and He wants His children to get what He thinks is good and not what the world thinks.

When a sinner prayed with a repentant heart and with humility, God will answer it because He is merciful and He wants us to see that He is a Father that we can trust in everything. God answers our prayers because of Jesus. When we put our trust in Him and give our life to Him, God will answer our prayers. He may give you what you prayed for because it’s His will, He may say no to your prayers because it will not be good for you, or He may say wait because His timing is so much better than yours. 

Just remember these verses:

If I had not confessed the sin in my heart, the Lord would not have listened.     -Psalm 66:18

We know that God does not listen to sinners. He listens to the godly person who does his will. -John 9:31

Halsey accepting her fate
  • Dr. Halsey: (tumbling into a void in a pressure suit) ...I'm ok with this. Be good John. Be better than me.
  • *Dr. Halsey tumbles down when she sees a ship*
  • Dr. Halsey: HOLY SHIT, A SHIP! IM NOT OK WITH THIS! I AM NOT OK WITH THIS! (Swims towards ship) oh sweet Jesus please let me live! Oh my god I gotta get inside! Please God in heaven! Please God, oh lord, hear my prayers!
  • *Ship detects her and opens hatch, letting her in*