Do you believe in prayers?

@happymom1 (1179)
United States
July 6, 2007 3:44pm CST
Prayers is the key to open the gate of heaven. I believe in prayers that whatever you ask in it if you really believe it will be answered. I have lots of things happened to my life that i prayed and it was answered. Pray without ceasing. If we pray earnestly i think God will hear it and calculate if it is really needed. We all know that there are 3 answers to our prayers. Wait, yes and no and if it is really needed the answer is just like a twinkling of an eye.
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@ericajoyce (1746)
• Philippines
27 Aug 07
yes, I believe in prayers and I believe in God. I pray to God when I get-up from bed and before I go to bed and whenever I feel down and it really helps me find peace.
• Oman
11 Jul 07
yeah! Prayers is not an extra option nor it is a last resort when all other methods have failed. When man works... man works! But when man prays... God works! God Bless you!
@pradoz (404)
• India
9 Jul 07
That is a nice and really honest topic to start bcoz from my experience prayer is the key to all success...and am exam going student...so i know how God has helped me in each of these exams....i encourage those who ahven't tried prayer as an avenue for help to do so...and u will find an all powerful friend who is always there for ur good
@jason_co (408)
• Philippines
8 Jul 07
yup i believe in prayers and i have faith in it...
@vonne28th (1494)
• Philippines
8 Jul 07
I strongly believe in prayers. I found strength and peace everytime i pray. ANd i know that God will always hears his childrens whenever they are praying. When the son of God is about to crucified, Jesus asked His disciples to pray. -- As you walk beside me,Lord lead me to recognise you in all those you place into my life this day.
@sweetcakes (3505)
• United States
6 Jul 07
yes I do. Preparing for prayer has three parts. The first is rectifying yourself. The second is rectifying your surroundings and the final part is placing your rectified self and surroundings in harmony with God. A. To rectify yourself is to repair, restore, amend, remedy or correct those things which are wrong with your soul. It has two parts. The first is to forgive all others. The second is to be worthy of forgiveness yourself by doing what should be done and making up or restoring what should not have been done. To forgive others is perhaps the hardest and the most important. In 1 John 3:15 we are warned that he that hatest his brother does not have the Spirit with him, nor (at 17) the love of God. Further we are to act, "Forbearing one another and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any: even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye." (Colossians 3: 13) Finally, as we are to pray for our enemies (3 Nephi 12:44) and not as hypocrites (3 Nephi 13:45), we must forgive them first.