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Why Prayer Matters?

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Thomas Nguyen-Le

on 28 July 2016

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Why Prayer Matters?
The Meaning Behind Prayer:
Prayer may not change things, but it changes us.
The intent of prayer is an internal conversation with the higher power.
Also, can become a way to be spiritual and/or reach enlightenment.
Afterlife or reincarnation?
Why Pray at All?
- Psalms 44:21; Matthew 6:8; John 3:20
shows that God has all knowledge

- John 4:2; Prayer won't make God love us
anymore

- Does not change the outside world in
what is perceived
What is Prayer?
- A solemn request for help or expression of thanks addressed to a God or object of worship.

- Used in many different religions for different reasons

- Examples: Lord's Prayer; 5 Pillars
of Islam; & Hail Mary

How Prayer Influences Perception?
- Based on our religion/worldview will determine how we view prayer.

- Is prayer required in order to be religious?

- Prayer involves petitions that may portray if prayer works.
Word Cited:
1. http://www.chabad.org/library
article_cdo/aid/682090/jewish/The-Meaning-of-Prayer.htm

2. https://www.youtube.com
watch?v=NeZvochYLu0

3. The Sacred Quest by Lawrence
Cunningham & John Kelsay
5 Ways Prayers can be look at:
1. Guilt - need to pray more

2. Anxiety - prayer in public

3. Scorn - rejection of use

4. Befuddlement - not understanding it

5. Blessings - experiences with prayer
By: Thomas Nguyen-Le
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