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Pray Ardently

Sermon From
Quinquagesima Sunday 2014
We must pray like we truly mean the words being said, and we must do so without ceasing.  We have a need to show forth the feelings that are deep inside us.  This is why we have external expressions of love and adoration to God, such as genuflections.  We must call out, as the blind man in the Gospel, “Son of God, save me!”  The prayers we offer with confidence, perseverance, faith, trust, and love are sure to be heard and answered.
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