Efficacy of meal prayer

An American doctor, John Zawet, published a report stating that "people who enjoy food with a thankful heart" are discovered three unusual substances that others did not.
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John Piper's prayer during the time of Minneapolis fire and George Floyd's justice

John Piper asks God for comfort in those who are brokenhearted, praying for peace, justice, forgiveness, and love in each race without discrimination.
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