Obama Says He Finds Solace in Prayer

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During a televised interview Wednesday night, President Barack Obama said said he finds great solace in prayer.

Obama talked about his prayers during an interview with ABC's "Nightline" program.

The president said he had a habit of praying every night before bedtime, but now he prays all the time, because he has a lot of stuff on his plate and needs guidance all the time.

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"Every president is humbled by the number of issues he has to deal with and that presidents are quickly cured of the illusion that one person can solve all those problems," Obama said.

The president also mentioned that he has yet to find a home church in Washington, D.C. for his family, but they attend a chapel in Camp David while visiting.

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