Bible Trivia Question

You will be healed if you pray for one another and what else?

Thank God
Confess your faults
Do a good turn
Love one another
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| Forgive one another | Sing songs to the Lord | Bring our problems before the elders | Pray for one another |

What did Daniel do for Nebuchadnezzar that no-one else was able to do?
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