Expect an answer. If no answer is desired, why pray? True prayer has in it a strong element of expectancy. - Prayer

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There is no burden of the spirit but is lightened Read more
I think that if we would, every evening, come to Read more
Prayer is not eloquence, but earnestness; not the Read more
Our public prayers too often consist almost Read more
O Thou by whom we come to God —The Life, the T Read more
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Prayer is so mighty an instrument that no one Read more
Have you never observed how free the Lord's Read more
Whatever we are directed to pray for, we are also Read more
The Divine Wisdom has given us prayer, not as a Read more
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Faithful prayer always implies correlative Read more
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If you are in the spirit of prayer, do not be Read more
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O Lord, we rejoice that we are Thy making, though Read more
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