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Basic Catechism: Lesson II: Prayer

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Two Forms of Prayer
Different Types of Prayer
Basic Catechism
INFORMATIVE
we speak to merely tell something or just to converse

Function of Words in the Context of Prayer
EXPRESSIVE
we speak to disclose ourdeepest feelings

APELLATIVE
we speak to be reciprocated, begging for a response

"We’ve been together for four years now."

In all those four years, I’ve seen all the colors of life, and I realized how everything suddenly becomes beautiful when you’re around. I am so in love with you, that I cannot anymore imagine a life apart from you
I cannot promise you wealth, but I promise you my forever. Will you marry me?

Ansabe ng Proposal te??
The WORD of
GOD
is a
PROPOSAL
“Revelation is God’s personal loving communication to us of who He is and His plan to save us all in His love. It is God’s reaching out to us in friendship, so we get to know and love Him.”

Paano Naman ako Makikipagtagpo sa Panginoon?
Tanong ng Kaisipan??
Do what you can, and PRAY for what you cannot, and so God will grant you the ability to do it
Lesson II: Prayer in Christian Life
Lord
TEACH
us how to Pray
What is Prayer?
is a communication process that allows us to talk and listen to JESUS
Prayer
Prayer
Prayer is turning the heart toward God

When a person prays, he enters into a
relationship
with God.

“One’s desire to pray is a clear sign of
BEING CONSCIOUS OF
THE real presence OF
GOD


NIÑO
Prayer of Adoration
is centered solely upon God and His eternal characteristics
His majesty, glory, and power
His beauty and lavish love
His mercy and grace.

Prayer of Penitence/Contrition
personal prayer, whereby asking God’s for forgiveness of our sin
Prayer of Petition
Petitions means to ask for something.

Prayer of Thanksgiving

A prayer of appreciation for the gifts God has given to us.
Learning to be thankful is one of the best ways to combat depression and self-pity.
Thanksgiving should be a part of every prayer

Prayer of Intercession
To intercede with the Father for others is a gift closest to God’s heart
Foundation of Catholic faith
Scriptures
Traditions
Learning Objectives
At the end of the session, the student will be able to:
1. Understand the Foundation of the Christian Faith
2. Develop an awareness of the importance of prayer as Catholic
3. Strengthen one’s faith through prayer
4. Perform their personal expression of prayer

History of Prayer
Abraham
A model of prayer
Listened to God
willing to send out for wherever God commanded and to do what God willed

He learned to pray in his family and in the synagogue
he broke the boundaries of traditional prayer
his prayer demonstrate a union with his Father
Christian Expression of Prayers
Standing
expresses reverence, original gestures of praise
Sitting
listening what happens internally
he meditates
Kneeling
a person makes himself small in the presence of God

History of Prayer
Moses
praying means speaking with God
Intimate, personal relationship with God
History of Prayer
Psalms
great treasury of Prayer
collection of songs and prayers
How did Jesus Pray as Stated in the New Testament
TWO FORMS OF PRAYER
Communal Prayer
builds community life
Personal Prayer
spending quality time with JESUS
the art of listening is the heart of a genuine prayer
CONDITIONS OF PRAYER
Fidelity
your faithfulness in spending time with the Lord regularly

Openness
is how open you are in your prayer

Christian Expression of Prayers
Prostrating
Humility
adores God
Folding Hands
recollect himself
unite himself to God
in SHORT mga bata
At kung makikipagtagpo ba ako sa
Panginoon,
Ako ba'y kanyang
Papakinggan
??
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