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Special Intentions: Remembering Others in Personal Prayer

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"Special Intentions reminds us of the importance of not simply praying for what we need, but for what others need. Jesus taught us to ask God for our daily bread, but he also asked us to love one another. Commending our friends and families (and co-workers, neighbors, acquaintances and even those who bother us) to the care of God is a k
Paperback, 244 pages
Published October 10th 2011 by WestBow Press
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Oct 10, 2012 Annette rated it it was amazing
In case you haven't noticed we are a society that is too busy. Our modern era--specifically technology may at first sight have made life simpler and faster, but it's robbed us of time better spent. When was the last time while in your car and stopped at a red light you looked over to the occupants in the car next to you and prayed for them? Have you considered that in your rush to get somewhere, or to cross off that next thing on your list, you have forgotten to think of "the least of these".
Nov 25, 2012 Iola rated it really liked it
How many times have you told someone “I’ll pray for you”, and then only remembered once or twice? Have you ever felt there is so much need in our world that it is impossible to pray for all of them, and even only praying for a few can still feel like a laundry list of prayer.

Special Intentions provides an interesting alternative: say one prayer, every day, for someone other than yourself, from the almost two hundred intercessory prayers in this book. The prayers are not formal and liturgical, r
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