Tuesday, July 3, 2007

All about Prayer - F for Forms (Part 80)

"To use much speaking in prayer is to employ a superfluity of words in asking a necessary thing; but to prolong prayer is to have the heart throbbing with continued pious emotion towards Him to whom we pray. For in most cases prayer consists more in groaning than in speaking, in tears rather than in words."
By St. Augustine

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