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The Agony of Prayer

Why prayer is supposed to be challenging, at least sometimes.

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In his letter to the Colossians, Paul refers to a man named Epaphras, who he calls a “dear fellow servant,” and “faithful minister of Christ” (Col. 1:7, NIV).

During the time of his imprisonment, Epaphras had come to visit Paul— to comfort and minister to his needs in various ways, and to seek his…




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