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A Powerful Prayer

II Chronicles 36:12-21 Psalms 74, 79, 94, Matthew 18:21-e

Peter came to Jesus and asked, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me? Up to seven times?” Matthew 18:21

The most powerful prayers we offer are those which ask for change within us. Peter asked Jesus about limits of forgiveness. He wanted to condemn one who hurt him, but he was willing to allow due process. The problem is that love has no limits. Where love is there grace rules. Want to pray for something BIG, then offer this one: Lord, make my heart like yours. AMEN.


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