7 Things You Should Be Praying About (But Probably Aren't)

7 Things You Should Be Praying About (But Probably Aren’t)

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So what have you been praying about lately? The usual petitions and praises—asking God to work in our circumstances or thanking Him for what He has done? Maybe some confession as well—laying our sins before God and asking His forgiveness. Here are a few things we don’t often think to pray about, but maybe we should!

When "I'm Praying For You" Feels Hollow

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Have you ever watched a friend go through something you really can’t help them with? I have a good friend who struggles with a slew of health problems. The best I can do is hug her and tell her that God is in control—whatever comfort that may be. She also struggles with finances. Her family does not have steady income. I have no idea how they pay the medical bills.

What do You Pray About?

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What do you usually pray for or talk to God about? I guess our prayers could be likened to the conversations we have.

Changing My Prayers Changed My Life

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I’ve noticed something about the way we pray: We often ask the Lord to come and work in our lives.

What to Do When We Are Prayerless

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On one occasion, my little girl drove me to tears. She opened her arms the moment she saw me walk into the bedroom. There was no doubt in her mind that her father was going to receive her.

Why Should We Pray for Others?

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“I will pray for you.” I believe all Christians are familiar with this sentence.

4 Things God Should Have Given Me

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You bless us when we pray to You, don’t You? In Sunday school, we’re taught to clasp our hands tightly, shut our eyes, bow our heads and pray earnestly for whatever we want.

God Makes the Impossible Possible

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“So, what are you going to do now that you’re done with your Master's?” That was a question I was repeatedly asked after completing my Master's in International Relations in China.

God Answered My Prayers with 2 Potatoes

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Prayer can be answered in many small ways. For me, it came in the form of two precious potatoes.