10 Oct 2013

How to Pray: The Power of Prayer

Submitted by Stephen Winters
TitleHow to Pray: The Power of Prayer
Publication TypeWeb Article
Year of Publication2011
Access Year2013
Access DateOct 10, 2013
Last Update Date Aug 14th, 2011
Publishercatholicsingles.com
Keywordsmental rehearsal, prayer, Visualization
Abstract

Effective Prayer Always Creates Positive Christian Change.
There are several levels of benefits of prayer, primarily the direct source of communication with God. It opens a direct channel to divine Grace for us and all our intentions. We obtain Grace for our souls and for all our needs on Earth.
There is something even more basic and fundamental about prayer and how we naturally function as creatures and as men. Specifically there is not only the highly efficacious spiritual component to prayer that brings union to God with His grace, but there is a physical component of prayer that is directly and proportionally related to learning and behavior. Prayer creates physical change in us every time we pray. Simply speaking, prayer, like other activities, creates physical memories in our neural pathways and they become part of who we are. It is about this physical component of prayer and its power to change our lives that the following discusses.

URLhttp://www.catholicsingles.com/blog/1Catholic4you/how-to-pray-the-power-of-prayer/
Citation Keyctkeycatholicsingles.com

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