Being a preacher's daughter, I was around prayer a lot growing up. At some point, I figured out the right way to do it. It's simple; pray for what "vessel" you need to get your problem taken care. Don't ask God to fix it for you. When it comes to praying for others, it's a different story. You pray for what is needed.

I read recently that more people in America are praying. And that if they got only one prayer, it would more than likely be an unselfish one. The number one choice was for world peace, which is all well and good but not realistic at all. Here's the rest of the list:

2. An end to poverty

3. for a family member

4. for someone who is sick

5. for a spouse.

Now I have to ask: