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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Praying

Say a guy is in a car accident or something. Someone says 'pray for him' or 'keep him in your prayers'.

Now, do the guy's chances of making it increase the more people pray for him? Or does God treat everyone equally? And if so, what's the point of praying for the guy?

Just curious.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous vania said...

i m dalite i m from brasil i lives americana sao paulo my dad dont likes for me rue evandro carlos de andrade 160 morumb at sao paulo sp

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