You asked a question regarding my answer to how many times I pray daily.
The word you asked is probably Latin-based for short prayer. I know it in Spanish and English only with this meaning. I never knew of any other meaning until I checked it out now with your question. Sorry for the misunderstanding. It seems that whenever something good appears the devil tries to destroy it.
Your post was good, and it's better now, enhanced by your reply like a deep well, where another with discernment has drawn it up. All you have to do is oppose the Devil, and he will flee from you, and we are not ignorant of his designs.
Please visit again. Good to hear from you.
Regards Jerry jghn
I pray every day and sometimes several times a day. These are not pre-written prayers or long prayers. God knows or wants and needs. Praying is a way of letting him know if we understand what we want and need.
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