We pray before we eat. Before our days begin. Before we go to sleep. Often, we pray before big events and decisions. We pray as loved ones face difficulties. But we don’t have to stop there.
We can keep praying after.
God doesn’t say “cease praying” after the test results suggest the worst or the conversation ends terribly or the morning rush causes us to forget what we even read in the Bible that morning.
In our limited sense of time, praying after things seem “finished” can feel futile.
We sometimes act like prayer has a deadline before it’s “too late.”
Because, really….why pray about something that has already happened?
There are a few good reasons…
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