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  • And if Yahweh strikes Egypt, having struck he will heal, and they will turn to Yahweh who will hear their prayers and heal them. (Isaiah 19, 22)

  • Perhaps their prayers will move Yahweh and they will turn one and all from their evil behaviour, for great is the furious anger with which Yahweh has threatened this people.' (Jeremiah 36, 7)

  • Listen, Lord, to our prayers and our entreaties; deliver us for your own sake and let us win the favour of the people who have deported us, (Baruch 2, 14)

  • They then said to the king, 'Your Majesty, this man Daniel, one of the exiles from Judah, disregards both you and the edict which you have signed: he is at his prayers three times each day.' (Daniel 6, 14)

  • 'And when you pray, do not imitate the hypocrites: they love to say their prayers standing up in the synagogues and at the street corners for people to see them. In truth I tell you, they have had their reward. (Matthew 6, 5)

  • 'In your prayers do not babble as the gentiles do, for they think that by using many words they will make themselves heard. (Matthew 6, 7)

  • these are the men who devour the property of widows and for show offer long prayers. The more severe will be the sentence they receive.' (Mark 12, 40)

  • They then said to him, 'John's disciples are always fasting and saying prayers, and the disciples of the Pharisees, too, but yours go on eating and drinking.' (Luke 5, 33)

  • who devour the property of widows, and for show offer long prayers. The more severe will be the sentence they receive.' (Luke 20, 47)

  • These remained faithful to the teaching of the apostles, to the brotherhood, to the breaking of bread and to the prayers. (Acts 2, 42)

  • Once, when Peter and John were going up to the Temple for the prayers at the ninth hour, (Acts 3, 1)

  • He stared at the vision in terror and exclaimed, 'What is it, Lord?' The angel answered, 'Your prayers and charitable gifts have been accepted by God. (Acts 10, 4)


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