Prayer changes things. It can even "move mountains" (Mark 11:23-24). Prayer is so important that Yeshua had a regular discipline of praying early in the morning before the sun came up (Mark 1:35). His primary "job" now is interceding for us in heaven (Romans 8:34) ...
Prayer changes us. It changes our will: "Not my will but Yours" (Matthew 26:39). It removes our sin ("forgive us our sins") our un-forgiveness ("as we forgive others") our tendency to sin ("lead us not into temptation") and attacks against us ("deliver us from evil") - Matthew 6:12-13 ...
We are called to pray for all people, but particularly for government leaders and those in positions of authority ...
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Weekly Torah commentary: Mikketz
And Pharaoh sent and he called Yosef ... and he shaved and he changed his garments and he came to Pharaoh.