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“One of the greatest things we can do is look to Jesus as our Spiritual example.” Great words to live by daily. Hope you enjoy this blog from a fellow believer in Jesus.

MP900178785[1]How often are we unprepared when it comes to the subject of prayer? How many times do we find ourselves ill equipped to appropriately communicate with the Almighty?

One of the greatest things we can do is look to Jesus as our Spiritual example. Curiously enough, Jesus’ disciples approached Him asking, “Lord, teach us to pray,” (Luke 11:1). It is no mystery that Jesus was a man of prayer. Jesus prayed at His baptism (Luke 3:21), when He was popular (Luke 5:16), before picking the twelve apostles (Luke 6:12), He prayed before doing a great work (Luke 9:16), he prayed in the moment of joy (Luke 10:21), and in turmoil He prayed for the Forgiveness of others (Luke 23:34). This shows us that Jesus made time to pray, held prayer in high priority, and consided prayer as a necessity to one’s spiritual life.

But, what is prayer? Simply put prayer is communication made…

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