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Q: Should Christians pray in public?
A: Scripture states that men should “pray everywhere” (1 Timothy 2:8). But Jesus said, “When you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly” (Matthew 6:5–8).
Does the passage in Matthew command us not pray in public whereas the passage in 1 Timothy exhorts us to pray everywhere? A quick reading of these passages might lead to that conclusion. However, when reading the Bible, closely studying God’s Word is necessary to gain a proper understanding. This can be as simple as prayerfully reading Scripture while thinking about what the passage means. Upon a closer reading and study, we will find these verses do not contradict each other at all.
News to Note Quick Look
Human (kind) “nature”: Evolutionists have long struggled to explain human generosity. Evolutionary dogma dictates that behavior patterns which “unnecessarily give up resources without return” should die out in favor of behaviors that “retain those resources” for self or family. Read more.
Murine misappropriation: Homeowners and farmers in Germany and Spain are losing the battle against the European house mouse. Poison-resistance is on the rise, and researchers reporting in Current Biology have found out why. The house mouse genome is receiving some unexpected foreign aid from Algerian mice. Read more.
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