There Are No Boundaries to Prayer
Your individual view on the spacious or confined margins of prayer will largely dictate how and what you pray for as well as your prayers’ effectiveness.
The boundaries of our personal prayer lives often have less to do with biblical restrictions and more to do with the limitations we place on them.
Limitations such as guilt, or perhaps dwelling on the kinds of prayers we feel God is interested in answering, often shackle our prayers or cause us to abandon praying altogether. Like surveyors marking off a fresh parcel of sod, we tend to lay the boundary lines of our prayers far shy of their intended purposes.