Why do we pray. Do you pray for others because you want them to change – to make life easier for you? Or do you pray with the purpose to see God glorified in their lives? When you pray for others, Do you pray with joy and gladness? Praying for others will re-energizes you to a better spiritual awareness of heart, body and soul. Few of us have been through as much as Job of the Old Testament. He lost everything and was attacked physically. After many months, still in an intense experience, Job spends time praying for his friends. The Lord restored his fortunes and gave Job twice as much as he had before. Let’s continue to pray for one another with the desire to see God glorified in our lives.God listen – really listen – to each one of your prayer, no matter how simple it may it may be. He truly wants to hear what’s on your mind. And God is merciful. Instead of judging you, he loves you and wants you to be vulnerable with him so he can develop a close bond with you. Never stop praying – God never stops listening! God not only listen carefully to every prayer, he also answers each one.