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pray

v. to formally request judicial judgment, relief and/or damages at the end of a complaint or petition. (See: prayer)

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So often our prayers resemble the little girl praying the Lord's Prayer:"Give us each day our daily bread, and a piece of cake please."
Using a plywood board for the mihrab (a niche in the mosque that points towards Makkah, a direction to which Muslims face while praying), old rugs for flooring and small concrete blocks to mark the parameters of the praying area, residents have built the space on a private land, praying four times a day.
"When we are praying for President Trump, we are praying within the context of a real relationship, of true friendship."
Important guidelines offer help in praying for prodigals, praying with children, and teaching them to pray.
Study participants were undergraduate college students who indicated they were comfortable with prayer and praying for others.
In a related question, when asked to compare it with their praying practices during the rest of the year many were quick to admit a less regular schedule.
Frequency of respondents' praying habits was also positively correlated with requiring that a future mate pray.
God knows the future; therefore, what purpose do we serve by praying about what lies ahead?
Do you honestly believe you can bring about world peace by praying? If so, why?
Sometimes Jesus spent the whole night praying. He prayed as he constituted the Lord's Table.
Award winning author, Elmer Towns has compiled four of his earlier works into this one volume, "Praying the New Testament." This edition includes.
Christians must not stop praying for their enemies at a time of so-called war on terror, Dr Williams argues.