Are there some things in your life that you just don’t pray about, because they seem trivial? I have recently noticed that I was not asking for God’s help with something in my life, because I figured, in the grand scheme of things, that there were more important things to pray about. On my run this morning, as I started asking God for his help in keeping me strong and free from injury, as I have recently started doing on every run for the past few weeks, I asked myself why had I not ever bothered asking for God’s help before with my running needs? And I know the answer was that I just felt it was so insignificant–with all the things going on in the world and with needs so much greater than mine…a part of me felt selfish for asking for His help with my running. And, honestly, there was also a part of me that was trying to do it all by myself. This was MY endeavor, I don’t need anyone’s help. It really hit me today, on my run, that both of these ways of thinking were just not right. As I said, for the past few weeks I have been asking for God’s help on my runs. I think it was because of a christian song I recently put on my playlist–it just prompted me to pray! And today, on my run and also in my devotional for today, I received confirmation that God wants us to bring everything to Him. Nothing is too trivial for our God–nothing is too big or too small for Him. To think otherwise is to doubt the enormity of His love for us. And to leave Him out of a part of our life is putting limits and constraints on all that He wants to bestow on us. I’m not sure why it has taken me so long to come to this realization, especially when I know how powerful prayer is. But I am grateful that I finally heard God whispering to me, in the early morning hours when it was just Him and me and the stars: Ask for My help in every little thing. There is nothing too big or too small that you and I cannot handle together. Lay it all at my feet. I am in every detail of your life. Share your whole self with me. I am your Helper and I am always with you. Come to me fully and completely and trust in My love for you.