Puritan Board Post-Graduate
According to James 1:6, one must not doubt in prayer. I was recently asked, 'what if you are praying about something that you are really worried about and can't get your mind off of'? I was unsure how to reconcile that with the notion that prayer is an act of faith and the mustard seed faith (Matthew 13:31). Is James perhaps talking about the idle recitations of prayer that aren't sincere? Different translations have wavering. Does that mean second guessing what was prayed for?