Whenever You Offer Any Prayer
Christ's words: "I am your God who was crucified on the cross, true God and true man in one person... Whenever you offer any prayer to Me, always end it with the desire that My will and not yours be done always. I do not hear your prayers on behalf of those already condemned. Sometimes, too, you wish something to be done that goes against your salvation, which is why it is necessary for you to entrust your will to Me, for I know all things and do not provide you with anything but what is beneficial. There are many who do not pray with the right intention, which is why they do not deserve to be heard."
"If, having heard My words, some should say: 'Let us wait a little while, the time is not yet coming, it is not yet His time.' then, by My divine nature... I will come to them sooner than they think."
The source of all goodness and wisdom is God, and this particular message was conveyed through: The Revelations of St. Birgitta of Sweden, Vol.1, Books 1-3 of 12, revelations from God to St. Bridget, by Denis Searby, Bridget Morris, p.073;156 (Recommend Bible as primary source and these teachings as secondary)