ادۡعُوۡنِیۡۤ اَسۡتَجِبۡ لَکُمۡ
Meaning that, pray unto Me, and I will accept your prayer. However, at another place, He instructs them to remain pleased and content with His decree and manifest destiny. As He says:
وَلَنَبۡلُوَنَّکُمۡ بِشَیۡءٍ مِّنَ الۡخَوۡفِ وَالۡجُوۡعِ وَنَقۡصٍ مِّنَ الۡاَمۡوَالِ وَالۡاَنۡفُسِ وَالثَّمَرٰتِ ؕ وَبَشِّرِ الصّٰبِرِیۡنَ الَّذِیۡنَ اِذَاۤ اَصَابَتۡھُمۡ مُّصِیۡبَۃٌ ۙ قَالُوۡۤا اِنَّا لِلّٰہِ وَاِنَّاۤ اِلَیۡہِ رٰجِعُوۡنَ
Therefore, by reading these two verses in conjunction, it becomes clear what the practice of Allah is regarding prayers, and what the relationship between the Lord and servant is.
 The Holy Qur’an, 40:61
 ‘And We will try you with something of fear and hunger, and loss of wealth and lives, and fruits; but give glad tidings to the patient, who, when a misfortune overtakes them, say, ‘Surely, to Allah we belong and to Him shall we return.’ – The Holy Qur’an, 2:156-157.