In Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To, by Anthony DeStefano, my attention was quickly drawn, to Chapter 2. I would like, to share, with you, the author's statements, about the prayer, he covers, being, "God make me an instrument". In other words, "Please use me, to help, someone, in need".
DeStefano states that you are going, to get, such an immediate response that you will find it very difficult, to have, any doubts, about the presence, of the Almighty. Following, the author reminds us that doing something, for someone else---even when we don't want to, even when every fiber, of our being, tells us not to---is the true definition, of love. We are really praying, for God, himself, to come, into our lives and act through us.
Next, it is stated, that God might not give you one or two individuals but might give you a whole cause, to get into, right here, in our own, country. You might be shown one, of these great causes and asked, by God, to throw, yourself, headlong, into it.
Finally, when we ask God, to use, us, as instruments, to solve, other people's problems, God begins, to assist, us, with our problems, as well. See? As the author explains it, don't be surprised if you start running, into people, who are suddenly interested, in helping you, the same way you are helping others.