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The deeper stuff of the day can come out as a family gathers around the table.
When it comes to sharing our sorrow, there’s no better place to turn than God’s own words.
As Jesus taught, keep asking and asking and “it will be given to you.”
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For guidance, understanding, wisdom and comfort, these words can give voice to your prayers.
Why not pray for others as you’d want them to pray for you?
Just as you may have consistent daily prayer time, a chosen spot can help as well.
When it comes to prayer, one word can be life-changing.
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If you’re trying to breathe new life into your prayer routine, focus on these words to grow in your faith.
Just like a musical form that allows for creative roaming and riffs within a framework, the same can be done when you pray.
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Pray like it all depends on God, but work like it all depends on you.
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