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The way in which believers communicate to God

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A variety of positions are described in the Bible - lifting one's eyes, lifting hands, prostrate on the ground, in secret, etc There is no "right" way to pray (outside of our attitude) - but there ar …
answered Sep 27 '11 by warren
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Prayer is communication to God, whereas reading His recorded Word (the Bible) is how He [most typically] communicates to us. To quote Paul, we are to be "praying at all times in the Spirit, with all … prayer and supplication. To that end keep alert with all perseverance, making supplication for all the saints". As Christians in the world, we are engaged in a constant battle against evil. We are …
answered Aug 30 '11 by warren
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I believe it is because Job's complaining went beyond merely complaining and went into self-justification and questioning God. Job 40:1-5 Then the LORD said to Job, "Will the faultfinder conten …
answered Oct 7 '11 by warren
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He prayed in public over the fish and bread, "Jesus then took the loaves, and having given thanks..." [John 6:11a]. The "high priestly prayer" of John 17 starts, "Jesus spoke these things; and …
answered Jul 23 '13 by warren
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pray silently? Since there seem to be no instances in the Bible of a recorded silent prayer (other than in the Epistles where Paul writes how he prays for people, or even writes a prayer to the Lord …
answered Sep 27 '11 by warren