Please check entire sentence for accuracy. Should this be "of" or "for"?
Her desperate prayer for a son sets the standard of coming boldly before God and expressing your needs honestly.
I think it should be for, not of. The pronoun (your) points to the reader. I believe that most of the writing you are doing has been in third person. It is easy to slip into second person, but I suspect that you want to keep it in the third person. You can replace the pronoun with "one's" or just delete it.
and expressing needs honestly
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