I ask simply that throughout the day God place in me
the best understanding of His will that I can have for that
day, and that I be given the grace by which I may carry it
out. As the day goes on, I can pause when facing situations
that must be met and decisions that must be made, and renew
the simple request: "Thy will, not mine, be done."
I must always keep in mind that in
every situation I am responsible for the effort and God is
responsible for the outcome. I can "Let Go and Let God" by
humbly repeating: "Thy will, not mine be done." Patience and
persistence in seeking His will for me will free me form the
pain of selfish expectations.