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François Fénelon once wrote:


"Lord, I know not what I ought to ask of Thee; Thou only knowest what I need; Thou lovest me better than I know how to love myself. O Father! give to Thy child that which he himself knows not how to ask. I dare not ask for crosses or consolations; I simply present myself before Thee; I open my heart to Thee. Behold my needs which I know not myself; see, and do according to Thy tender Mercy. Smite, or heal; depress me, or raise me up; I adore all Thy purposes without knowing them; I am silent; I offer myself in sacrifice; I yield myself to Thee! I would have no other desire than to accomplish Thy will! Teach me to pray; pray Thyself in me."


(From a sermon by George Dillahunty, "Modern-Day Prayer Warriors!")


(From a sermon by George Dillahunty, "Modern-Day Prayer Warriors!")

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