“We know that G-d causes everything to work together for good of those who love HaShem (G-d), and are called according to His purpose." - Romans 8:28
The circumstances of a saint's life are ordained of G-d. In the life of a saint there is no such thing as chance. The Almighty One, by His providence brings you into circumstances that you cannot understand at all, but the Ruach HaKodesh (The Spirit Manifestation of G-d) understands. HaShem (“The Name”) brings you to places, among people, and into certain circumstances to accomplish a definite purpose through the intercession of the Ruach (Spirit) dwelling within you.
Never put your hand in front of the circumstances and say - I am going to be my own providence here, I must watch this, and guard that. All your circumstances are in the hand of the Sustainer therefore never think they are unnatural or unique. Your part in intercessory prayer is not to agonize over how to interceded, but to use the everyday circumstances and people that the G-d of Israel puts around you by His providence, to bring them before throne of YHVH G-d and give the Ruach, dwelling in the receptacle within you the opportunity to intercede for them. In this way the Omnipotent One is going to touch the whole world with His tzaddiks (righteous ones or saints).
Am I making the Ruach HaKodesh’s (Holy Spirit's) work difficult by being vague and unsure, or by trying to do His work for Him? I must do the human side of intercession, utilizing the circumstances in which I find myself and the people who surround me. I must keep my conscious life as a sacred place for the Ruach (Spirit of G-d). The as I lift different ones to YHVH G-d, the Ruach HaKodesh (Spirit Manifestation of the Holy One) intercedes for them.
Your intercessions can never be mine, and my intercessions can never be yours, “…but the Ruach HaKodesh makes intercession” (Romans 8:26) in each of our lives. Without that the lives of others will be left in poverty and ruin.
“Utmost for His Highest” – Oswald Chambers in Modern Jewish Messianic Verse