From: J. Hugh Sullivan <>
Subject: Re: Thoughts and Prayers
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From: (J. Hugh Sullivan)
Subject: Re: Thoughts and Prayers
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2017 10:56:29 GMT
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On Fri, 10 Nov 2017 01:36:02 -0600, "Con Reeder, unhyphenated
American"<> wrote:

>Some on the left mock "thoughts and prayers". Of course, they know
>nothing of prayer, but they'll mock it anyway.

That's their problem, not mine.

>Anyone who does know anything about prayer knows the the main
>beneficiary of prayer is the person doing the praying. Sure, believers
>do believe that the power of prayer works by summoning power to help
>others, but no one would say that it is an on-demand magic bullet that
>operates like a command to God. Very few believe in a God that finds
>the faithful parking places.

Sometimes we need to talk; a prayer is a talk with God. And it's not
MY will, it's HIS will.


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