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I know no words of prayer - God help me because I can not help myself
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"I know no words of prayer - God help me because I can not help myself"

- Harold E. Hughes

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In this quote, Harold E. Hughes expresses a sense of desperation and vulnerability. He acknowledges that he is not able to find the best words to hope, but still reaches out to God for aid. This might suggest that he is going through a tough time and is struggling to find the strength or guidance to overcome it. By admitting that he can not assist himself, Hughes is humbling himself and acknowledging his own constraints. He is basically requesting for magnificent intervention and counting on a greater power to help him in his time of need. This quote highlights the power of faith and the belief in a greater being to provide convenience and support during difficult times.

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Harold E. Hughes This quote is written / told by Harold E. Hughes between February 10, 1922 and October 23, 1996. He was a famous Politician from USA. The author also have 2 other quotes.

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