Biblical Lessons On Offense

Biblical Lessons On Offense

The greatest heroes in The Bible faced long periods of wrestling with God with significant offense to overcome. Noah, Joseph, David, Moses all had God requiring them to wait long periods of time, often with ridicule, before God vindicated them. Solomon is an example...

How Do You Pray In The Office?

How Do You Pray in the Office? In an office setting where I will not do surgery but feel that they will benefit from prayer, this is an example of what I would say: Me: Many people find prayer helpful. I would be happy to say a prayer for your condition. Is that...

On Praying For Patients

A patient must feel free to say “no” without feeling that a refusal will jeopardize their care or our doctor-patient relationship. My “spiritual history” consists of two questions: 1. Were you raised with a faith or religion? 2. Are you practicing a faith now? Praying...

Prayer Studies

(1) 75% of 35,000 Americans age 18 or older reported that they pray at least once per week with 58% praying at least once per day. Data from the Pew Forum U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, conducted May 8 to Aug. 13, 2007, among more than 35,000 Americans age 18 and...

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