"The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much" (James 5:16).

Prayer, direct, instantaneous contact with the Creator of the universe, is one of a Christian's most important tools in his or her walk with God. On this page, learn more about what makes a prayer effective and how to improve your own prayer life with God.

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A blog post by Mitchell Moss

Jesus left Jericho after having stayed there at the house of Zacchaeus. Along the road, two blind men cry out for Jesus, though the crowd following tries to quiet them. There are two accounts of this story, one in Matthew 20:29-34, and the other in Mark 10:46-52, which gives a bit more detail about one of the two blind men.

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A blog post by Victor Kubik
Hands folded on top of a Bible.

Nearly 2,000 years ago the apostle Paul gave an interesting directive to Christians living in the Mediterranean port city of Thessalonica: "Pray without ceasing" (1 Thessalonians 5:17).

What did Paul mean by that?

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