Praying for the Glory of God

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Prayer can sometimes feel pointless, especially since God can do as He pleases, with or without our prayers. But prayer is designed to develop intimacy between us and God, so that we will reflect God’s character. 

Moses is an example of someone craving deeper intimacy with the Lord. God responded by displaying His glory and compassion to him. And we, too, can meet with God and pray, “show us Your glory.” 

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