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As well as 1 Peter 3:7 that you cite where dishonoring your wife is identified as a hindrance to prayer, the following scriptures are relevant in answer to your question: If I had cherished iniquity in my heart, the Lord would not have listened. - Psalm 66:18 ESV Comparing different translations for the meaning of 'cherished iniquity' may be ...


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I have extensive Bible software that can search several versions at the same time. There is no other verse that talks about hindering your prayers. While there may be other factors that do indeed affect your prayer life(ie., hidden sin) there is no verse that says so right out.


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Matins and Vespers are prayer services prescribed for the morning and evening respectively, and the terms generally refer to services with particular orders of worship laid down in various hymnals used by the Lutheran denominations. However, while "matins" is an order of worship established for use in the morning, there are some congregations, and some ...


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This answer was written in answer to the original question, before it was massively rewritten and as the question is now asked does not apply to or answer your question. Please do not down vote or otherwise denigrate my answer, since it does apply and does answer the original question. Your question cannot be answered simply. In answering your question we ...


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From a Fundamentalist Pentecostal pov, "Prayer Services" are usually geared towards corporate prayer and petitions of God. These prayer(s) can be very long (over 30mins each). If any hymns are sung or preaching is preached, it is to prepare the church (congregation) for prayer. These prayers can be in support of a specific cause; i.e. imprisoned ...


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Be mindful that Jesus said "no one" comes unto the Father save through Him....that includes in prayer (John 16:23 & 24)....OT saints had direct contact with God, but not NT saints after Jesus came,....God'S presence was with OT saints in the Holy of Hollies, but not after Jesus came,.... God tore the veil of the temple to reveal that His presence was no ...



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