Praying together doesn't work magic; it mobilizes for work.
Logically, we should be able to pray over a need one time, give it to God, and be done. After all, it’s not like God has a faulty memory. Logically,…
In our prayers following the 100th Psalm, we thank God for His WHAT, and praise God for His WHO.
How would you classify your "alone time" with God? Public victories and public celebrations are always preceded by private moments of disciple and devotion that no one sees.