Prayer - Meeting with the Living God
Christianity gives man direct access to God, Who listens to man, helps him and loves him. This is the fundamental difference between Christianity and, for example, Buddhism, in which - during meditation - the prayer approaches a certain impersonal super-being, in which he is immersed and dissolved, but he does not feel God as a Living person. In Christian prayer, man feels the presence of the Living God.
People often ask themselves: why should we pray, ask God for something, if God already knows what we need? Here is how I would answer: we do not pray to ask for something from God. Yes, we do ask for help in certain circumstances of life. But this should not be the main content of the prayer. God cannot be just a "mediating agent" in our earthly affairs. The main content of the prayer should be the encounter with Him. We need to pray to be with God, to come in contact...
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