In Acts 16:25-26, we learn about Paul and Silas being imprisoned and how they chose to praise God instead of feeling sorry for themselves. Their singing and prayers were heard by the other prisoners, and suddenly an earthquake opened all the doors and loosed their bands. This event shows us the power of turning to God in our times of adversity.

As Apostle Paul said, in Philippians 4:6, we should not worry but instead, pray and give thanks to God in all situations. Even when our hearts are heavy, we should turn to God for help and give praises to Him who would surely grant our requests. By turning our worries into praises and weeping into wonders, we can reach a stage where it becomes difficult for the devil to make us cry. We must remember that without putting in effort, we cannot expect any rewards or gains.

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