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Do you pray?
Yes, I do pray. But I pray that God’s will be done and I don’t pray for for my will to be met. It usually works out better even if I don’t like the immediate answers to my prayers. I am in it for the long haul!
I really need to start praying. It’s been far too long. How often do you pray?
We pray as a family every night. My son too joins and prays and it is a very useful time. I need to pray in the mornings too. I say a lot of rushed prayers through the day and God listens to those too.
yes i do pray we don’t pray as a family which is a shame but my youngest has not made the decision to follow God but when we have an evening meal on a sunday I tend to say a grace with all eyes open, i also love praying in tongues as it brings real comfort to me and the other day a friend asked for prayer so i prayed in tongues not knowing what the situation was and with 15 minutes she text back and said wooow prayer answered
Yes, I do say a little prayer in my mind before going to sleep at night and after waking up in the morning.
Yes I pray before I go to bed and before I start my day …I pray before I make decisions in my life.
I do pray….Just that, I don’t pray like others do. I believe that you can pray in anyway you want and wherever you are. The other side of my brain is even praying at the moment now
I do not pray regularly but yes HE is always with me
Yes, I do pray. It’s my our communication to God.
i have been also going to temple almost everyday since a year now.
I am seriously thinking of starting to pray every day. Praying is good for our soul and mind. It keeps us calm.
I am considering a prayer closet in my home
I think the most important decision we can make is to set aside time for God and for prayer. The problem is that we are always so busy, that we don’t think of prayer time as something to schedule, it’s more something we do when we feel that life is hard, or scary or we think we need something from God. But we manage to schedule time for everything else, why not for God. Make a time of day, and keep to it. Go to your room or someplace quiet and spend 15 minutes, half an hour, whatever, with God. It will make all the difference. All the internet sites will still be there when you get back. It’s my new resolution, to keep my appointment with God daily.