HOW TO PRAYChristian prayer is:
• elevation of the soul towards God
• God’s gift and man’s action
• conversation, a relationship between God’s sons and their Father, through His Son Jesus, in the Holy Spirit: a living relationship of covenant and loving communion
• participation of the whole man, whatever be his language (gestures and words) and the place of prayer
• humble and trustworthy adherence to the Father’s will
• a vital necessity: the Christian, through his spiritual life, has an absolute and unceasing need for it, just as he needs air and water for his biological life.
It springs forth from the Holy Spirit: “God has placed in
our hearts the Spirit of His Son, the Spirit that cries out;
Abba, Father” (Galatians 4:6). It is the same Spirit that
urges and teaches the Christian “what to ask for in prayer”
It is firstly God who calls every person unceasingly to the mysterious encounter of prayer.
Therefore, prayer has a double dimension:
Our Patient Merciful God
The Bible and the Gospel speak of God's great mercy for us ...
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“Enter his gates with
thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him
and praise his name.