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Prayer

The Five Dilemmas of CalvinismCraig R. Brown:

The Bible gives us many great examples of prayer, … First, there is the Lord’s Prayer, which teaches us to pray “`your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven”‘ (Matt. 6:10). We are instructed here to pray as if we understand that God reigns in this world. By doing so, we are agreeing with the Calvinistic doctrine that God’s will is supreme. But we are still praying. God uses our prayers to bring about those things He already has determined. How can that be? Is not God so much greater than we ever imagined? (The Five Dilemmas of Calvinism)

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