26:39,42; Mark 14:36; and Luke 22:42) - "remove this cup from me" - is also a petitionary
(21) Through his salutary remarks ('besechyng yow, in pe weye of charyte and as I maye be your bedeman and seruaunt' [emphases added]), Gnateshale quickly establishes the petitionary
frame through which he wants her to read and consider his request, the social scripts of which Margaret would have immediately recognized, evident in the advice she gave her son, John Paston II, when she urged him to 'petition' her husband's forgiveness by adopting the rhetorical stance of a supplicant (no.
People who were not able to compose their own petitionary
prayers (eyn tefilatan shegurah b'fihen) had to rely on a prayer leader.
prayer on behalf of others is logically incoherent.
If the existence of Jehovah and the effectiveness of petitionary
prayer were easily verifiable facts, which Sally could be blamed for failing to know, then perhaps Sally would have a moral obligation to pray to Jehovah.
Second, based on the findings of Jankowski and Sandage (2014) we hypothesized that meditative prayer would be positively associated with change in intercultural competence while petitionary
prayer would exhibit nonsignificant associations.
Byrd and Boe (2001) found that the dimension of anxious adult attachment positively correlated with petitionary
prayer, suggesting that those who experience emotional dysregulation in their adult attachment relationships engage in help-seeking prayer.
BAESLER, James y CHEN, Yi-Fan (2013): "Mapping the Landscape of Digital Petitionary
Prayer as Spiritual/Social Support in Mobile, Facebook, and E-mail".
prayers: accomplishment of spiritual or material needs.
The Anonimalle Chronicle, for instance, stresses rebels' subversion of the established order through their redefined common clamor and association: "Et les ditz communes avoient entre eux une wache worde en Engleys, 'With whom haldes yow?' et le respouns fuist, 'Wyth kynge Richarde and wyth the trew communes.'" (31) The chronicler's terms invoke the unity of a petitionary
voice to portray not legal action but revolution.
9 and 12) and petitionary
prayers (under the title of duga, a Bamanan word from Arabic du'a, that generally translates as 'benediction').
The recorded petitionary
prayers bring the audience into the play and Groves then dramatizes them being answered.
Our prayers to Him should consist of thanksgiving or petitionary
prayers, not doubts and challenges.
At points, he conceives of them not practicing petitionary
prayer, only offering thanksgiving, and perhaps even that only through the meditatorial king (Letters 204-205).
In Latin, this petitionary
form is expressed by the use of the subjunctive mood: "per istam sanctam unctionem et suam piissimam misericordiam, indulgeat tibi etc."