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Do You Pray?

It's an honest question -- whether you pray or not. 

Well do you? Do you speak to God? Do you go to Him on a consistent basis about any and everything? Do you like to run things by Him? I'm talking about Him like He's person, huh? That's because He is a person. A real person. We just can't see Him, so nobody knows what He looks like. He's real though. There's no disputing that. He is a spirit that dwells in, around, within, and on the earth. His spirit is around you right now, yet you may not be able to feel Him due to all the distractions and your current state of mind or better yet, your state of heart. So I'll ask you again, do you pray? If you do that's something that allows you to get closer to God and He will hear your prayers if you truly believe He will. He loves showing those who love and believe in Him, who He is and that He will answer us. He even loves showing the ones who don't trust and believe in Him, who He is. He loves to show them through the lives of the ones who stay true to Him.

If applicable, continue praying, because the Lord hears you and He will never forget what you said to Him or what you asked of Him. If inapplicable, then I can speak from experience and tell you that if you don't have a prayer life with the Lord God then you're truly missing out on what God will do in your life. Prayer changes things. "Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours" (Mark 11:24). Pray.

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