Welcome to another episode of Thursday’s Theology!
This week we are going to be talking about a couple of different things. First, we are going to talk about times where politicians, civic leaders, pastors and others use the phrase “our thoughts and prayers are with you.” We’ll be going through how that can sound extremely hollow sometimes and why.
Secondly, we are going to talk about what are called “petitionary prayers” and why they are an important aspect of prayer life.
As always, if you would like to join the conversation, don’t hesitate to ask questions, offer critiques, or seek clarification in the comment section below!
Thanks for joining us and we’ll see you next week!
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