What Prayer Means To Us

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When we encounter God we are forever changed. Whether it is Moses beaming as he comes down the mountain (Exodus 34:29), a couple of confused guys not realizing who they are talking to on the road (Luke 24:13-34) or an old woman with creaking knees kneeling at the altar rail for thousandth Sunday in a row, when we listen, God’s speaks and changes our perspective.

Prayer both individually and with a group are invaluable parts of sustaining our relationship with God and they are how we find the wisdom and courage it takes to live as Christians in the world.

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