As a pastor, I get asked by folks to pray…A LOT! It’s one of the greatest privileges and responsibilities of my calling. Yet, if I’m being honest with you, most of the things that I get asked to pray for – the things that I pray most often for myself – are pretty much the same. I pray for broken relationships, broken bodies and broken finances. Don’t get me wrong, these are real and heavy needs. But, when given the chance to pray for a church with all of those same needs, the Apostle Paul chose to pray for something else. Is it possible that for all these years we have been asking God for the wrong thing?