Jesus' Prayer...did you ever say it? Did you hear about ?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Jesus tells us how to pray in the bible the long one about trespassing and daily bread giving thanks. I admit i do not pray like that but i do pray in the name of Jesus.

  • elyon
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    I looked at the site. I am certainly a believer in God's Word, telling us to "pray without ceasing."

    Charles Spugeon gives us a very clear understanding of what the Holy Spirit is telling us in this passage.

    WHAT DO THESE WORDS IMPLY? "Pray without ceasing." Do they not imply that the use of the voice is not an essential element in prayer? It would be most unseemly even if it were possible for us to continue unceasingly to pray aloud. There would of course be no opportunity for preaching and hearing, for the exchange of friendly intercourse, for business, or for any other of the duties of life; while the din of so many voices would remind our neighbors rather of the worship of Baal than that of Zion. It was never the design of the Lord Jesus that our throats, lungs, and tongues should be for ever at work. Since we are to pray without ceasing, and yet could not pray with the voice without ceasing, it is clear that audible language is not essential to prayer. We may speak a thousand words which seem to be prayer, and yet never pray; on the other hand, we may cry into God's ear most effectually, and yet never say a word. In the book of Exodus God is represented as saying to Moses, "Why criest thou unto me?" And yet it is not recorded that Moses had uttered so much as a single syllable at that time. It is true that the use of the voice often helps prayer. I find, personally, that I can pray best when alone if I can hear my own voice; at the same time it is not essential, it does not enter at all into the acceptability, reality, or prevalence of prayer. Silence is as fit a garment for devotion as any that language can fashion.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I've said the Jesus prayer before. If it's new to you you should google up some information about it.

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, a starting point for many people who want to learn to pray

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  • zocor
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    just go with it dude, we christians need leeway even if the world doesnt like it.

    1 person having to explain to 6 billion is a headache

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