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91:1). It is for those who go to the secret place of prayer and who regularly present all their problems to Him who has the power to deliver. It is for those who make prayer a business in their lives. This then is the master key to freedom from worry and frustration. No man can be "anxious for nothing" unless he first learns by prayer and thanksgiving to daily make known his requests to God. But he who does this and is faithful in maintaining his prayer hour may have a peace and serenity in his inner soul which passeth understanding and of which others little dream.
They look at the circumstances, the conditions, their symptoms, their feelings. They believe only what they see or feel. If they feel better, they believe they are getting their healing. If they feel the same, they suppose they didn't get their healing. Jesus saw the fig tree through the eyes of faith. It mattered not after He had spoken that the leaves were still the same. He wasn't looking at the leaves. Instead, by the eye of faith, He saw the roots dry up. He knew the leaves would automatically die in consequence.
We are to wait on God until the very Spirit of God intercedes through us to victory. "For we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered" (Rom. 8:2627). When the Spirit of God prays through us, we can know for certain that all things will work out for good. Certainly nothing can happen to us except God permits it. He may allow situations to arise that are frustrating and perplexing. Why does God allow these things to happen?