Just as we look around we see life in complete imbalance. People in lack, in trouble, some in great confusion and others in pain. We tend to question, "does God listen?" More often, when we are hurting, we promptly find ways to the problem and when we struggle we find someone to lean on and at last recourse we turn to God for help. Then when things fail, we ask God, why? As if it's all His fault. The problem is that after we ask we stop - we do not seek. We seek a little and again we stop because we don't knock. God has His own way for us to obey. But more often than not our own plan comes first as if ours is better. How can we be helped? Normally, if we work under a higher authority, we follow rules. We don't set rules. God set rules, surely for our own good. If He is who we think He is, we must find ourselves in His rules and not God find Himself in ours. If we do well, God will answer.