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Pray for others - a Christian perspective
This passage provides a good illustration of how Christians ought to pray for each other. The writer prays fervently and regularly for the spiritual growth of his fellow believers.

Pray for you - a Christian perspective
The epistle writer reassures the early church that he prays for them continuously--and in doing so, he sets a model for how Christians ought to be praying. We should pray for our fellow believers regularly, asking God to bless and help them in every way.

No Time to Pray, No Hope if I Don't - #2787
There are miracles waiting for you if you will pay the price of praying when you feel there's just no time for it. You may think there's no time to pray, when, in fact, there's no hope if you don't.

Devote in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Prayer is a central part of the Christian life; it's how we communicate our needs to God, and it's one way that He speaks to us. We're to devote our lives to prayer, never hesitating to approach God with our thanks or requests.

His will - a Christian perspective
When we approach God with an earnest desire to do His will, He promises to hear our prayers and respond to them. God never turns away a sincere person seeking forgiveness or looking for God's will.

"Pray without ceasing" in the Bible: 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
Is it really possible to pray without ceasing, and to give thanks in all circumstances? Most of us can probably think of situations in which it would be very difficult to praise God; but the Bible teaches us that through Christ, it is possible to maintain a spirit of praise and thankfulness in even the most trying circumstances.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Laser Praying - #8271 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
A few years ago, my wife had a severe gall bladder attack. In fact, it was so severe it was going to require having her gall bladder removed in a city 2,000 miles from home. Well I didn’t like that, but it turned out to be a gift from God! At home, the doctors would have had to go what they call the “long way.” It’s an invasive approach that takes weeks to recover from. The doctor we ended up with was an outstanding laser surgeon, and the laser took care of that problem. My wife was up in two days! Now, she could have lay there under diffused light for days, and it would have made no difference. But look at what focused light can do! Maybe we can use a little lasering when we need a change in something or someone we care about.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Massive Power for Your Daily Demands - #8239 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
I’m Ron Hutchcraft, and above you and me is unlimited power—the power of Almighty God; power great enough to energize and hold together the whole universe, to create the universe with a word, to destroy the universe in an instant. I need God’s power in my life, but how can I harness His millions of volts of power for the demands of my life?

Someone Else's Fault - #5913
Maybe you've honestly been hurt or wronged, and you can't do anything about the other person taking responsibility for what they've done. But you can accept the responsibility for the way you've handled it, for the wrong things you may have tried to excuse by the wrong things someone else did. Those who have been victims - and those who've been victimizers - never get free until they realize that they are now the victims of their own choices, not someone else's.

Sweat in the Bible - a Christian perspective
As his betrayal and execution approached, Jesus knew what was in store for him. He prayed so intently that his sweat beaded up like drops of blood.