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Do you pray morning and night?

I pray each time I feel the need to.  I stop what I’m doing(if possible) and just pray.  If I’m driving or in a meeting, I just pray.  I know that God will hear me no matter where I am or what I’m doing.  I also pray each morning and night.  Somedays, I catch myself praying most of the day, especially if something is bothering me.  Pray, God will always hear your prayers and where 2 or 3 are gathered together in my name and ask in my son’s name it shall be given.  I know I paraphrased that verse but it is in the Bible and God will hear and answer our prayers in His time.  Be Blessed!!!

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  1. 🙂 Good morning


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