A Pattern for Prayer || Effective Prayer || James 5:15 || Morning Devotional || July 3, 2021
Happy Saturday, my beloved family! In today’s devotional, we are encouraged to pray in faith for anyone who is sick among us. The word of God says that this specific prayer will bring healing to the sick & they will rise to new life. How amazing is that?? 🤯
We are also assured that if the sick person had committed any sins, that they would indeed be forgiven. As you enter your weekend, keep praying & keep trusting in God’s relentless love for us! 🙏🏾❤️
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Song: Keep Praying
Artist: @MavCityMusic
Album: Jubilee : The Juneteenth Edition

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