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... century and became a universal Christian practice by the 11th century- a period of prayer during the 40 days before Easter. Lent is a time for repentance. ...
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... on the Holy Spirit, a woman said, "I asked one of the prayer team members if she would pray for me as she prayed for another woman…to ...
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... September 15, 2001 Column #1046 THE NATION RESPONDS WITH PRAYER In stunned disbelief, America watched a handful of terrorists transform commercial jets into bombs that demolished ...
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... TO COMMON MISSION In a glorious Epiphany service blending historic Anglican and Lutheran songs and prayers, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and the Episcopal Church ...
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... hero named Bruce Wilkinson. You may have read his little book, "The Prayer of Jabez," about an obscure Biblical character who prayed that God would ...
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... . Our national public servants, policemen and firemen, crossed themselves, knelt in prayer, sucked up their gut and went into the face of fiery hell itself. ...
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