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Praying at Church Vs Praying in your Closet. Which is the Best?

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Praying at Church Vs Praying in your Closet. Which is the Best?

For the most part in the human history, prayer have been the core of human life. Whether religions differ or not, but prayer is the common factor as it’s believed to be the means that connects the mortals with their gods. In different religions, people believe in different ways of praying according to the laws that govern their faith.

Christianity is considered the biggest religion in terms of people who live according to the christian faith, or who profess the christian faith, so my article will be based too much on the christian methods of prayer. Christians believe that prayer is their way of communicating and nurturing their relationship with God where they speak with God and he speaks in return.

1. Praying alone at home(Matthew 6:6)

Jesus in his teachings emphasized the importance of praying in your closet. This is when you can truely give yourself to God without any pretence and disturbance according to Jesus. Since you’re alone, it gives you the opportunity to hear God’s still small voice that you would normally struggle to hear in a noisy place.

According to christians, prayer is not complete if you have not heard God speak back to you, because prayer is a conversation between a believer and God. Otherwise you were just speaking empty words into the air. So speaking is as important as hearing, that’s why praying on your own is so important in Christianity. But Jesus again also highlighted how the merging of the believers’ faith in stronger than when you pray alone. Praying with other believers in one accord is very important.

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Praying in a group(Matthew 18:19)

Praying in a group was taught by Jesus and was also emphasized by the apostles. The believer have the responsibility to maintain their relationship with God, but a believer also have the responsibility to build a relationship with other believers. A believer exist in Christ as himself or herself, and also as a part of the body of Christ which is the church.

So having nurtured your spirit in prayer as a child of God, you also need to blend in together with other believers in prayer as a part of the congregation of the Lord Jesus. So praying is as important as praying in a group. You won’t grow smoothly if you do the one and neglect the other. Spend time worshipping God and praying alone, but also attend prayer meetings to cooperate with other believers.

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