One who prays; a supplicant.
The act of praying, or of asking a favor; earnest request or entreaty; hence, a petition or memorial addressed to a court or a legislative body.
The act of addressing supplication to a divinity, especially to the true God; the offering of adoration, confession, supplication, and thanksgiving to the Supreme Being; as, public prayer; secret prayer.
The form of words used in praying; a formula of supplication; an expressed petition; especially, a supplication addressed to God; as, a written or extemporaneous prayer; to repeat one's prayers.
A sincere attempt to communicate with a higher spiritual being or the divine.
The deliberate attempt to center ourselves in conversations with God or deity of choice; the concentration of heart and mind that brings that communion.
The application at the end of a petition asking for a marriage to be dissolved and financial relief ordered.
Communication with the Lord.
The act of attempting to verbally communicate with the supernatural. It is found in almost all the religions of the world. It is sometimes communal, as during a church service; it is sometimes done in private. Its purpose within Christianity is to assess the will of God for one's life, to praise God, to give thanks to God, to repent of sinful behavior, to ask forgiveness, to seek a favor from God, and (occasionally) to ask God to curse an opponent. Prayer is found in almost all religions.
to simply talk with God. Prayer need not be formal but must be respectful. Also, it is not meant to be a one way conversation. There are times when you speak, but also times when you are to listen.
communication with God; adoration, confession, thanksgiving, worship, making requests and dedicating our service, while living in His presence, carrying out our royal priesthood.
Prayer can be best understood as an inner movement of spiritual attention and communication directed towards God. Understood in this way, prayer is the gathering of our awareness before the Presence of God in which a dialogue, heart to heart and spirit to Spirit occurs. Modes and means for this communication include human language, the analogical imagination, centering prayer, silence, single-pointed awareness and the expansion of consciousness as the multiple coordinates of our being are focused upon the Divine Reality.
Formal request in the petition, or answer, for the courts orders for which the petitioner or respondent seeks; for example, dissolution of the marriage, orders under the Children Act, costs, ancillary relief
(Pule) Communication with the Source.
the act of communicating with a deity (especially as a petition or in adoration or contrition or thanksgiving); "the priest sank to his knees in prayer"
reverent petition to a deity
a fixed text used in praying
someone who prays to God
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a conversation with your god(s)
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an emotional act, it is when you send your love to god, it is a call that comes from the heart
a perfected act of the will, it is a link connecting human words with the divine Will
a personal communication addressed to a deity in the form of supplication, adoration, praise, contrition or thanks-giving
a request made from a small part of God to a large part of God
a thought of the heart
The act of offering reverent petitions, especially to God
1. The act of speaking to one's Higher Power, God as we might understand Him, usually done silently and privately to seek strength, guidance, and an understanding of our role. 2. Speaking or communication with our own Higher Power. 3. Some of us choose to pray in a conversational manner. We just have a little chat with our Higher Power.
The experience of corporate or individual nearness with God, through words, acts, or silence.
Communion with God through words of praise, thanksgiving, repentance, supplication, and intercession. Prayer is "raising up the heart and mind to God" (St. John of Damascus). Usually prayer is verbal. However, prayer of the heart or in the Spirit, the highest form of prayer, is without words. See Matt. 6:5-13; 21:22; Rom. 8:26; Phil. 4:6; 1 Thess. 5:17.
Affirming your God self is the highest form of inner communication. Always use the present tense, e.g. "Those in power are strong, powerful, peaceful and poised," and you will see them that way.
this also means, in some context, the person praying. E.g. person painting is painter
communication with God, may be either public or private
The raising of the mind and heart to God in adoration, thanksgiving, reparation and petition The official prayer of the Church as a worshiping community is called liturgy.
Communion between God and man, which always takes the place within our own mind. By affirming the Truth about God and ourselves we align our minds with God mind to bring the Truth into our consciousness.
The concept of prayer depends on the belief in a personal God who wishes to sustain and develop a loving relationship with his people. The practice of prayer may involve meditation, adoration, confession, thanksgiving and supplication. Basically it is a conversation with the Almighty and is dependent on both parties wanting to cherish a relationship and be empowered to effect change in a fallen world. Intercessory prayer is perhaps the most popular form and many churches and cathedrals have found that in recent years intercessory prayers associated with the lighting of votive candles have become a widespread practice. Prayer aids such as the rosary have recently become popular as way of ordering or disciplining prayer life.
A humble and sombre intention to communicate, in speech or thought, with a divine force.
is contemplation and internalization of divine truths. "The taking hold of God’s willingness." It is an affirmation of God’s being in relation to man.
Talking to God.
you, as Divine Consciousness, pray yourself into Being; into manifestation. You, as self, receive the prayers of the Divine and translate them into words, song, sound. Listen to the prayer that God is praying for you. When you pray for others, hold the loving space for them to awaken to the prayer that Divine Consciousness is praying for them. Prayer is awaiting everyone in their Heart.
which reaches the Source of All by whatever name, is actually how one lives - prayer is the energy of every thought, feeling, motive, word and action. When these are based in Love, the radiance is beautiful to behold! If one wishes to pray for a Soul at a specific occasion or even have a constant prayer registered, "for their highest good" is the most meaningful and really the most accurate sentiment because you don't know what is in their soul contract. "For my highest good" is the most effective prayer for oneself, too.
Prayer (sometimes called orison) is an active effort to communicate with a deity or spirit either to offer praise, to make a request, seek guidance, confess sins, or simply to express one's thoughts and emotions. The words of the prayer may either be a set hymn or incantation, or a spontaneous utterance in the praying person's own words.
Prayer is the first single from Disturbed's 2002 album Believe. It is a conversation between lead singer David Draiman and God after the death of his grandfather.In the video the members of Disturbed have traumatic experiences;David(singer) walks through an earthquake,Dan(guitar)crashes his car,Mike(Drums) gets knocked down by an explosion,and Fuzz(Bass) is almost crushed by scafolding.