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If you are a Christian, prayer is one of the most fruitful activities you can engage in; but it can also be one of the most daunting tasks for a person. After all, we are not sure if we are using the right words or if our motive for prayer is pure. I recently took some time to learn more about prayer by listening to a series of sermons at by Rev. Joe Morecraft, III of Chalcedon Presbyterian Church in Cumming, Georgia. Rev. Morecraft makes the point that we often have not because we ask not. We frequently ask for small things while forgetting we are in the presence of the King of the universe who is willing to do so much more than we pray for. How insulting it must be to Him for us to stifle our requests due to lack of belief that He hears and answers prayer! Scripture teaches us that we are commanded to pray to the Lord for all of our needs. How freeing it is to know that we are not dependent upon man for our physical or spiritual well-being; but it is God who takes car