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Why pray?

Why do you pray?


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Stacy Walker-Frontjes

Fascinating! So glad to find this on the feed Monday morning, the toughest day to pray for this preacher because I am so thoroughly exhausted from Sunday. Why pray? For the relationship with God, and the assurance that sometimes the Creator of the universe does get through my thick skull to remind me that some of the boxes I shove God into are just ridiculous (not unlike Kelly's experience in this video here).

I pray for clarity. For peace. To know God's love in comfortable silences. To be healed by the presence of Jesus. To be inspired to make good choices through the guidance of the Holy Spirit. I pray because prayer changes me, and makes me more compassionate toward my fellow children of God.

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