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CALL TO PRAYER: Worth heeding

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- The people of God need to pray, we ought to pray, we must pray. Great movements of God are normally preceded by great movements of prayer by God's people. We see this pattern throughout Scripture and throughout the history of the church. God does not need us to pray in order to move but in His sovereignty He has chosen to work in power, time and time again, in response to the concerted cries of His people.

FIRST-PERSON: ‘Yeah, I’ll pray for you’

FORT WORTH, Texas -- One opportunity that most believers experience on a fairly consistent basis is to respond in prayer to prayer requests shared by other believers or even those who are not yet believers. A friend, co-worker or fellow church member shares with you by conversation, email, phone call, or even social media a sincere prayer concern and asks if you will join him in prayer over the matter.