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Life-Changing Prayers from the Bible

The Bible is our prayer book. We should not only read the word but also pray it. The Spirit uses the word to teach us how to pray, since we do not know how to pray as we ought (Rm 8:26). The following prayers are guaranteed by God to change lives because they are based on the word. Most of these prayers have been used for several years in evangelistic ministry. They have repeatedly put thousands of people in touch with the life-giving power of God. The prayer of a holy person "availeth much" (Jas 5:16 KJV). Never underestimate the power of a simple heart-felt prayer. Pray God's word, and see God's power.

Don't read this book. Let the Spirit pick out one prayer for you to pray. Let the Spirit
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| |For workers for the harvest |
|Joyful shouts | |For unity |
|For wisdom | |To break with the world |
|When we see someone sinning | |For your parish church |
|For victory | |To evangelize |
|For good shepherds | |For tears |
|Before reading the Bible | |For Mary's mothering |
|Before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament | |For an end to abortion |
|Before Confession | |For a happy death |
|In temptation | |To suffer |
|For healing | |To die a martyr's death |
|To have Jesus' energy, His mind, and His joy | |To hasten Jesus' final coming |
|To have Christ's heart | | |

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