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When You Don’t Know What to Pray

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When you use words from the Bible as a guide for your prayers, expect God’s words to become active in the lives you are praying for, including your own.

Do you ever feel like your thoughts are distracted or your words are disjointed when trying to pray?

Years ago, I remember feeling like I didn't know how to pray, so I didn’t pray very often. I just didn't know what to say to God. Yet, I wanted my prayers to be powerful, and I wanted faith to believe God was big enough and cared enough to accomplish what I was asking for. 



One day a friend told me about the power of making the words that we read in the Bible into a prayer. She said when we pray using God's own words, we pray for what He wants. I really liked that idea and it gave me a sense of direction.

Then I remembered that the Bible says the words we read in it are alive and active. So, I knew that when I use words from the Bible as a guide for my prayers, I can expect God’s words to become active in the lives I’m praying for, including mine. 

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