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Don’t Pray Often, Pray Always — 6 Comments

  1. Thank you William for such a powerful and spirit fill topic. Just this weekend past I was led to make a deeper commitment in my prayer life and your blog has helped me define and see clearly where the Holy Spirit is leading me especially in this aspect of my walk with Jesus.

    Amen!(11)
  2. I love this! I especially love this: "We don’t need to say “amen” as the prayer never has to end."

    Thank you William.

    Amen!(11)
  3. As I spend a lot of time alone in my car, I decided to use this time to talk to God. Christ has become my best car-companion. He has enable me to be more patient and kind on the road and prepare me spiritually for my next appointment. So every time I hit the road, it is God's time.

    Amen!(4)
  4. When I became a Christian, God became my focus. Prayer was as much as possible and as much as I could remember: before and when driving; wisdom for choices; knowledge for teaching; strength for patience, etc. It is still the same for me 36 years later. At times it has been lonely to be with Christians who don't use prayer as part of their lifestyle. I find it valuable, strengthening and gives me peace.

    Thank you William for sharing your honest experiences! I like the ideas about the golf cart verses the trolley car. Someday, we won't have to pray but we do for now!

    Amen!(0)

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