Read Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 (https://bit.ly/3fmFF2C)
Why do we pray in public? Why do we pray at all, when God can hear our hearts and doesn’t need us to verbalize any of it? We pray because it creates intimacy and relationship with God, our Father. We pray in public because it improves fellowship with one another. To know someone else cares for your needs. To know you’re not alone. To know someone is willing to stand in the gap when you’re too weary, too sad, too angry to pray for yourself. This epidemic has wreaked havoc on my emotions, but I’ve had several people willing to pray with me at a moment’s notice, and it has helped. When social distancing and isolation have passed – and they will – let’s make a point to gather together and pray. In large groups, small groups, and with two or three together. It will strengthen our bonds with each other and grow our relationship with God.
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