It is fair to say that Paul never got over the fact that he violently persecuted the Church. Even though his rampage against the first followers of Jesus had ended over 20 years earlier, as we read the position of his life in 1 Timothy, he still grieved because of what he had done.
But, as we look at his position in Christ, as he gets older, Paul was moved to celebration and praise because God's mercy is always greater than sin.
Do we believe that in our own position
* Why should we bother to pray if God already knows what we are going to ask for? Prayer involves so much more than making personal requests. It connects us with God and works to bring our wills into conformity with His.
How then should we pray?...First, James tells us to pray in community, not just by ourselves and for ourselves. When we pray together, life is shared and community is born. We also confess our sins, not just to God, but to each other. Thru this vulnerable transparency,
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