'while all eyes are closed and no one is looking around...if you are not saved...and you want the preacher to pray for you...slip your hand up....' preacher then acknowledges the lone hand that was raised. just few minutes later, during the singing, when everyone is looking at the screen because they have forgotten the words to the seventh verse of 'just as i am', the preacher is begging the person, that raised her hand because no one was looking around, and wanted to be prayed for, to leave her seat and come to the front of the church. just seems to me that there is something disingenuous here... i also wonder how long after the end of the service, the preacher is still praying for the one person that raised her hand. so, why do preachers do this? is there, like, a biblical example for this type of 'invitation'?