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Harden Not Your Heart

Watch and pray, sounds familiar? It was a request from Jesus to his disciples, the night we was to be betrayed by one who He also loved. Jesus did not harden his heart, not did he insult him. Instead, he sent him off to do what he had to. But moments prior to this event, he had asked his disciples to watch with him, to pray with him. We must consider therefore, not to be troubled even by our own needs when we pray. We must remain vigilant, awake.

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