Will You Pray For My Success?

Over at The High Calling, Jen Sandbuite asks a provocative question: why is it considered pride to ask for prayer that you’ll succeed in your work?

I don’t know about you, but I feel like I am conditioned to “respond in prayer.”  Praying for the women in my online study seems natural.  I dream of a day when I am naturally proactive in my prayers; a day when the concept of the church praying for business success isn’t beyond our paradigm.

The body of believers consistently praying for the business community could make a big impact. Imagine the changes we would see if prayers for profitability, leadership, ethics, performance, etc. flowed freely.

Read the whole thing here. What do you think?

 

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