O God, our Father, You are all that man’s soul, mind and spirit could possibly desire. Our problem is not in believing in You. Our problem seems to be in believing that you condescend to hear and help us. Our problem is that we do not believe we are worthy of asking Divine intervention in our puny problems of life and living. Help us to see You as Jesus would have us see and pray as He taught us to pray, saying, “Our Father …” To see You as “our Father”, full of love and compassion, will cause our faith to mount and our hopes to rise. Our Father, Who art in heaven, we love You.