Category Archives: Prayer


This is meant to be a short post.  We will see if I can manage that.  In women’s study we were talking about making a regular place to pray.  We got off on a little tangent after reading how one … Continue reading

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Our women’s study talked a little about the end of our last study on the mutuality commands (those “one another” things) then moved on to look at a book we had studied back around 2005.  It was about prayer.  We … Continue reading

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How to save time

Okay, our principle for the week is, “Prayer is life’s greatest time saver.”  The reference was 2 Thess. 3:1, which says nothing of the sort, only requests God’s blessing on the quick spreading of the gospel.  Now I don’t usually … Continue reading

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One of the blogs I read asked for submissions about family last week.  That was okay, though at first I was worried that we’d get perfect family stories.  Didn’t turn out that way.  There was more about black sheep and … Continue reading

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Prayer and faith

Read  post on Jesus Creed about prayer that made me mad.  If you believed it, you would basically have no reason to pray.  Basically, it said prayer never changes anything except the person praying.  Never?  Much too strong a word. … Continue reading

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Our topic today was peace, specifically peace with God is the fruit of oneness with God.  But of course we traveled some rabbit trails.  To begin with, we switched teachers from the plan, and then that person admitted that he … Continue reading

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More on answered prayers

Apparently there is a new book out on why prayers are unanswered.  I haven’t read it, but according to the reviews I saw, which have covered only part of the book, it begins with the normal suggestions.  Prayers may be … Continue reading

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