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Praying for others-and this applies to prayer in general-is an easy thing to question. Why should we pray if God already has our best interests at heart? He is wiser than we are, by a long shot. Wh...
I humbly submit a few thoughts for your consideration: Just for a moment imagine being a part of someone else's miracle. (Nehemiah 5:19) First, it places someone else's needs before our own sometimes selfish wants, which just might remind us of just how blessed we truly are. Stranger things have happened. Second, it restores purpose and adds balance as we partner with God and other believers sometimes outside of our own comfort zones, which will add knowledge. Third, praying for others will open the windows of heaven in wonderful ways using the principle of sowing and reaping "as you sow, so shall you reap". Remembering how Job was restored: (Job 42:10) "After Job had prayed for his friends, the Lord made him prosperous again and gave him twice as much as before." In The Lord's Freedom and statutes.....warrior on
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