How can we know God’s will?

Matthew 6:7-15. The Lord’s Prayer

“In praying, do not babble.”

The most common prayers are the formulas. When we do pray spontaneously, we usually spend time asking for supplications — dictating to God what we want.

This is in contrast to the purpose of prayer: dialogue with God. Do we listen? Do we inquire? Do we ask what His will is?

Or do we impose our will and our preferred narratives?

If we spend time dictating instead of inquiring, how can we know God’s will?

[DAILY GOSPEL INSIGHTS AND REFLECTION FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 67: MARCH 8, 2022]

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