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In reading the model prayer Jesus spoke of and Him being the mediator, do we pray to God through Jesus, as Jesus being the messenger, or pray to Jesus? Reading the scriptures I have never read to pray TO Jesus, but instead pray to the Father.

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Follower Trinity is a description of what Scripture teaches. Colossians 1:16 "For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities all things were created through him and for him." See Nehemiah 9:6. Verse 17 "And he is before all things, and in him all things hold together."

Jesus is therefore uncreated ("before all things") God who sustains all things.

Acts 7:59 Stephen called out "Lord Jesus, receive my spirit. This is prayer, a request to Jesus. He also prayed "Lord, do not hold this sin against them.' And where did Stephen see Jesus? In heaven at God's right hand, the position of power and equality!
---Warwick on 8/13/12

Warwick the trinity is given by the catechism there are no words in Holy Scripture to confirm the trintiy concept. the false trinity god exists because of the catechism and philosophical interpretations by the catholic religion and ignorantly adopted by all her daughters (the protestants). the trinity was not taught to the hebrews or ever spoke of by the Lord Jesus.

Philip prayed to the Lord? That is stretching the verse by a long yard, however where are all the other examples of the Apostles praying to the Lord?

Mark what are you suggesting with your post? You have an extremely unscriptural and highly convoluted message.
---Follower_of_Christ on 8/13/12

Follower, you said,

"The Lord Jesus is not equal to The Father in Heaven by his own words."

Jesus in His humanity did command us to pray to the Father in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, since His role on earth was to be sacrifice for sin, yet this was acknowledge before the foundation of the world (1 Peter 1:20). Stephen understood Jesus was God in (Acts 7:59) when he called on God and used Jesus name. Jesus is also our Mediator, Advocate for all believers who put their faith in Him. But in His Divine nature, He is God the Son. For Jesus is truely our Savior in His Divine nature. For no one can save but God.
---Mark_V. on 8/13/12

Follower, I do not know what the catechism says. I get my understanding from Scripture.

I cannot imagine Jesus would have accepted anyone praying to Him during His time on earth. They could simply talk to Him, and ask for healing or forgiveness etc.

After His ascension it was different as Phillip prayed to Him.

John 14:28 does not say Jesus is inferior in his essence to the Father, only that in His servant status on earth He made Himself lower than God positionally, for a while.

Scripture tells me The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are equal members of the Godhead. There is no jealousy within the Godhead so I am sure the Father does not mind if we pray to Jesus.
---Warwick on 8/12/12

Warwick I do not follow the catechism which contains the trinity. John 14:28 10:29 13:16 5:37 Romans 15:6 Matthew 7:21 10:32 24:36 Ephesians 1:3 Daniel 7:13 1 Corinthians 8:6 all these verses agree: The Father (ancient of days) and the Lord Jesus Christ(the son) are individual united as one with The Father as the head of the Lord, as the Lord Jesus is head of the church and we are all united as one.

The Father was in Heaven during the time the Lord was on earth Matthew 5:16 5:45 5:48 6:1.

Did the Lord Jesus ask us to pray to him? The answer is found in Matthew 6. He instructed his followers to pray to the Father in Heaven. No where does the Lord (our high priest and intercessor) mention or ask anyone to pray to him.
---Follower_of_Christ on 8/12/12

Follower, maybe you are referring to John 14:28 "the Father is greater that I." This is evidence that Jesus, who is "in very nature God," made himself nothing, becoming a servant, Philippians 2:6-11. Greater is from Greek 'meizon' which is a positional term testifying to the fact that Jesus voluntarily lowered himself, for a time. It does not mean His Father is 'better" as per Hebrews 1:4 where Jesus is "better" than the angels.

Should we pray to Jesus? 'And as they were stoning Stephen, he called out, "Lord Jesus, receive my spirit"' Acts 7:59

Jesus is the Saviour "And it shall come to pass that everyone who calls on the name of the LORD shall be saved...." Joel 2:32
---Warwick on 8/11/12

The Lord Jesus is not equal to The Father in Heaven by his own words. The correct way to pray is to The Father in heaven in the Lords name. The Lord Jesus is the only one who can intercede on your behalf to The Father in Heaven for your prayers. The Lord Jesus instructed his followers to pray to The Father in Heaven and the Lord as our high priest would be there on our behalf. The Lord Jesus did not ever ask his followers to pray to him for anything because he understood his role is not equal to The Father.

~humble follower of the Rock and lover of The Eternals truth (KJV) Matt 16:18, Corin 10:4, 2 Thess 2:10 1 Pet 2:21
---Follower_of_Christ on 8/11/12

The Spirit of God leads in anything that is acceptable to God. You cannot do anything positive for God on your own. When the HS leads, you will know that the Father is never separate from the Son and His Spirit, anything you ask in HIS will shall be done.
---Adetunji on 7/26/12

This is something I have always wondered about? All the churches sing to "Jesus."
But when he was asked how should we pray..he said "OUR FATHER WHOM ART IN HEAVEN..." He was humble, never wanting to be honored. He wanted us to live for our Creator/God. He gave his LIFE for us to see OUR FATHER.
---janis on 7/25/12

Name study:

Zechariah14:9...King over ALL the earth:in that day shall there be one Lord,and
'echad,united,one/to unify,go ONE WAY or another.

Ex3:14..."I AM THAT I AM:...(READ ALL)...I AM hath sent me unto you...
Hebrew:I AM
-hayah,to exist,be or become,come to pass...

Jah is Jehovah-self exist

I and Father are(ONE).

El-ohim-(GOD to be worshipped)

yehoshua(Jehovah saves)

(Immanuel-God with us)Matt 1:21-25
Yeshua,Jesus,-Word in Flesh.NA 1:1
Christ-Messiah-anointed ONE

I have manifested THY NAME...

Please add more...
---char on 12/6/08

Folloowing Glenn's question ... are we to sanctify the meaning of the name, & what it means to us, or the actual sound of the name as it was in those times?
---alan_of_UK on 9/14/08

After reading these comments, it seems more confusing then ever...that modern day bibles reveal the name of God that Jesus said should be sanctified in the lords prayer or not? Thanks, Glenn
---Glenn on 9/13/08

in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ all the prayers addressed to God are answered.
look at our Lord's prayer.
---francis on 7/17/08

What carnal man calls a "trinity" is actually a mathematical conclusion of those who don't want to understand the truth about God.
Mankind has always taken the 3 gifts of God to all humanity...

1) creation (Father) (FAITH that He exists)

2) salvation (Son) (HOPE in Jesus)

3) Godliness teaching (Spirit) LOVE.

...and replaced them with the teachings of the 6th day creation (3 sixes...666).

1 Corinthians 13:13 "faith, hope, love" (the GREATEST is LOVE).

John baptized with H2O, but we should be baptized with "living WATER" baptism (Acts 1:5, 11:16, Mark 1:8, John 7:38, Revelation 7:16)
---more_excellent_way on 7/16/08

Only when making requests, is it in the name of Jesus. In order that my Father may be glorified through His Son. Not necessary when carrying on a day by day conversation with God. Prayer cannot be replaced by devout good works, I like that word "devout", in a needy world. Why not pray while doing good works, so that the Father may be glorified through His Son? {John 14:13 and beyond}.
---catherine on 7/16/08

If we pray to the Father in Jesus's name, Jesus or God (one being) will will answer our prayers. This is written in John 14v13, 15v16.
---frances008 on 7/15/08

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The Bible tells us that there is only one mediator between God and man and that is the man Jesus. Jesus is God, but He gave up His Godly attributes for our salvation.

That may seem as a contridiction, until you understand that Jesus is in actual fact the very Word of God. Just as you and your words are you, the Father's Words are Jesus. Words come from the heart of man. The same with God, When you appeal to the Father through Jesus, you are actually appealing to God's heart. Jesus is the Word of God manifested in the flesh, and He still resides in the flesh, because He ascended into heaven in the flesh.
---George on 7/14/08

Colossians 2:9...

"For in him the whole fulness of deity dwells bodily"

"God is ONE" Galatians 3:20
---more_excellent_way on 7/12/08

Jesus is worthy of all honor, praise, thanks and worship. All power and authority has been given to Him.
Matthew 14:33
Then those who were in the boat came and worshiped Him, saying, Truly You are the Son of God.
# Matthew 2:11
And when they had come into the house, they saw the young Child with Mary His mother, and fell down and worshiped Him.
The Women Worship the Risen Lord
Matthew 28:8-10
Rejoice! So they came and held Him by the feet and worshiped Him. (Jesus)
Matthew 8:2
And behold, a leper came and worshiped Him, saying, Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.

Mark 5:6
When he saw Jesus from afar, he ran and worshiped Him.
---Paul on 7/11/08

Through the power of The Holy Spirit, pray to the Father in the name of our savior Jesus Christ
---gary on 7/10/08

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Jesus is God. lit.Gk: "But if indeed being covered the gospel from us, in them being lost it stands covered: In whom the deified who's of this age blinded the intelligence of the unbelieving, onto not the dawning on them the brightness of glad tidings, which glory of Christ, who stands portraying who's God." II Corinthians 4:3,4.
---Eloy on 7/10/08

In Genesis 1:1 God is called Elohim, this noun is plural in form. He is a Trinitarian God, in that He is three persons, The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit who make up the Godhead. Jesus Christ in Scripture is the Son, He is not the Father, nor the Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is now seated at the right hand of the Father. All authority has been given to Him. The Bible reveals that the world was created by God, Elohim, more important, it tells us who Elohim is. It reveals God's personality, His character, and His plan. God took the ultimate step toward fellowship with us through His historic visit to this planet in the person of His Son, Jesus Christ. We can know this God who created the Universe in a very personal way.
---Mark_V. on 7/9/08

How to pray! Well, read it again because some did. To Jesus, to Lord. I am going to pray ever how God is on me at the moment to pray. For example. One day a while back I was trying to pray like everyone else in the church, you know the ones who stands up, or some don't even stand they just sit, and seems to do good. I kept changeing my mind on how to properly do it, Just walking around trying to do it right. I was in circles is what I was. Finally God said, "you had it right the first time". Thank you Jesus. oops.
---catherine on 7/7/08

One God, John 1:1+ 14:6: Yeshuah is God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost.
---Eloy on 7/7/08

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Jesus was given all power authority and dominion over everything created.
Pray in the name The Father, Jesus Christ the Son and the comforter the Holy spirit are ONE.
---Paul on 7/4/08

I agree, we pray to All because they are all One.
---Nicole on 7/5/08

Yeshua said the Father is greater then I, He also states, I go to my God and your God, my Father and your Father. Yeshua prayed to God, never did he say pray to him. Only God the Father is to be worshiped or prayed to
---wayne on 7/4/08

I believe you should pray through the name of Jesus Christ the power was given to him God's son who is the mediator. We know that the Holy Spirit makes utterances for us when we pray but don't know what we ought to pray for.

God YAHWEH is the higher power but we know all work together as one dynamic work force. Aloha What a privilege!
---Carla5754 on 7/4/08

Through him or the Father.
Jesus said>John 14:14
"If you ask Me anything in My name, I will do it.
John 16:23
[ Prayer Promises ] " In that day you will not question Me about anything Truly, truly, I say to you, if you ask the Father for anything in My name, He will give it to you.

Jesus was given all power authority and dominion over everything created.
Pray in the name The Father, Jesus Christ the Son and the comforter the Holy spirit are ONE.
---Paul on 7/4/08

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I primarily pray to the Father, but I also address Jesus & The Holy Spirit in my prayers as all three are fully God.
---Brian on 6/4/08

You should pray to the Father in the name of Christ. Christ is the mediator between us and God the Father. If Christ the ultimate example prayed to the Father then we should as well. Matthew 6, and Christ's prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane are good examples of Christ praying to God.
---Michael_Stephens on 6/4/08

No wonder unbelievers are harder to bring into God's family anymore. Some Christians are so confused they can't make sense enough to convince them that God's word is true. **My brother is my father, and the gift my father gave me is my father too.** How crazy can we make it??
We are to pray to God in the name of Jesus Christ. GOD is our father, Jesus is our brother & the holy spirit is the gift God sent (the Comforter) on that day of Pentecost in Acts 2. It should be so simple!
---Cindi on 6/4/08

Jerry reread John 14:12-14. It says, " 12Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on Me, the works that I do shall he do also, and greater works than these shall he do, because I go unto my Father.

13And whatsoever ye shall ask in My name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son.

14If ye shall ask any thing in My name, I will do it.
---Rickey on 6/3/08

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Stephen did. He prayed only to Jesus, yes he did. In Acts 7:59.He said, "Lord Jesus, receive my spirit!" Then Stephen said,"Lord do not hold this sin against them"! Too many rules and regulations bunch of hypocrites you are. Our Lord Jesus is God, to whom we are to seek. Mabe some don't realize that Jesus is God mabe that is the problem. Stephen here prays to Christ, and so must we.
---catherine on 6/2/08

Rickey: "Yes it is scriptural to pray to Jesus. In John 14:12-14 Jesus said that we could/should pray to Him." I don't know what Bible version you're reading, but my Bible (KJV) says in John 14:12-14 to pray to the Father in Jesus' name. Praying in Jesus' name is not the same as praying to Jesus!
---jerry6593 on 6/2/08

Mankind has always replaced the 3 gracious gifts of God...

1) creation (Father)
2) salvation (Son)
3) Godliness teaching (God's spirit)

with it's own teachings (the teachings of the 6th day creation...666).

...but "God is ONE" Galatians 3:20.

The WHOLE fullness of God is in Jesus (Colossians 2:9).
---greg on 6/1/08

Jesus is not the Father. John 14:6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. Jesus died so our sins are covered and we may know the Father. Jesus says to pray unto the Father. We believe Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 3 in 1 but with distinct personalities. We have a body, mind, and spirit. 3 in 1 fashioned after God. We pray unto the Father, but we also pray healing and cast out demons in the name and pleading the blood of Jesus.
---Tammy on 5/31/08

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.cindy, Jesus says, "I and Father are one. And he that sees me sees him that sent me. He that has seen me, has seen the Father, therefore how say you, Show us the Father? Believe me that I in the Father, and the Father in me: or else believe me because of the very miracles' sake." John 10:30+ 12:45+ 14:9,11. Therefore you blaspheme in saying Jesus is not the Father, when he in fact is, and he also proves this by his works.
---Eloy on 5/30/08

I was about 13 and these 2 people jumped a friend and myself and they started beating him up.
I Don't know WHY, But,I YELLED MICHEAL!!!
They stopped, Look at me,
(I don't know what they saw)
and they started running away as fast as they could!
Thats NO LIE...

When I Pray, I Pray to My Father, Like My Brother told Me/us to do, And in Prayer I ask My Father IN the Name of HIS Son, AS it's Required to be Heard by Him!
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 5/30/08

Yahshua(Jesus) is not the Father.

The Father is and was always in heaven, even when Yahshua was ON EARTH.

Yahshua taught us the Lord's Prayer and in the beginning it says.."OUR FATHER WHO ART IN HEAVEN"...

Yahshua did not pray to himself. Yahshua is not his own Father.
---cInDy92714 on 5/30/08

Jesus is the Father. Christians believe in the trinity, the Godhead of Jesus.
---Eloy on 5/29/08

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Jesus Himself taught us how to pray in the Gospels...Pray Always to The Father ,Always in My Name..........when I pray I go to The Father..I say Father God I come to you in Jesus Name etc. and at the end I thank The Father in Jesus Name Amen!!!
---Gabby on 5/29/08

The "Lords Prayer" as some call it, was used as an example by Jesus when asked how one should pray to our Father in heaven. While Our Father in heaven gave Jesus His power and authority, Jesus himself admits to us on several occasions that "only my father in heaven knows these things." Through Gods grace Jesus was given in our behalf for forgiveness. Therefore, we should pray directly to Our Father in heaven in the name of the one sent as a ransom for many.
---Ken on 5/29/08

You are to pray to God in Jesus name.
---tona6643 on 5/29/08

Yes it is scriptural to pray to Jesus. In John 14:12-14 Jesus said that we could/should pray to Him. One way to pray that is directly to the Father is praying in other tongues.(1Corinthians 14:2)
---Rickey on 5/29/08

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As the righteousness of God in Christ we have a blood bought right for all of our prayers being answered.(Hebrews 4:16, John 16:23,26-27)

God wants us to be bold in our prayer.
1 sure fire hindrance is not knowing that God loves you and that you, like a priest, can enter into the Holy of holies by the blood of Jesus w/o a sense of inferiority or sin-conscience. (2Corinthians 5:21, Isaiah 43:25-26)
---Rickey on 5/29/08

scripture says whatever you ask my Father in My Name,He will give it you.
it also says whatever you ask me in my name, i'll do it
so both ways you are allowed.
it also said you'll tell this mountain to be removed and go thither and it shall obey..... so you see, Once you are speaking based on your authority in Christ Jesus.. to the Father, or to Jesus or directly to situations, you are on the right path..Praise the LORD!!! HALLELUYAH!!!
---Patience on 5/29/08

if we accept the authority and position of our Lord and Saviour that He and the Father are one... then we know that as we pray /commune with Jesus we are actually communing/ praying to the Three in one God ( the Father, Son and Holy Ghost)
however we cannot appear before the throne room of grace in any other Name except that which has been given...Jesus Christ..for there's no other name on given among men by which must be saved HALLELUYAH, AMEN
---Patience on 5/29/08

The Father and I are one.3 distinct persons in one God,The Eather and The Son and The Holy Spirit are ONEand the SAME is The Blessed Trinity.A dogma on FAITH.
---Emcee on 5/29/08

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Jesus is God.In these last days has spoken to us in His Son, whom He appointed heir of all things, through whom He made the world. And He is the radiance of His glory and the exact reprentation of His nature, and upholds all things by the word of His power. When He had made purification of sins, He sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high [Heb. 1:2-3].>>The Son is described as the One by whom also He made the world. It is a work of DEITY.
---catherine on 5/29/08

We pray to the Father through Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.

No one can come to the Father except through Jesus Christ.

Praying is worshiping, and we worship or Pray etc in Spirit and in Truth...the Spirit of the Life of Christ in us makes us acceptable to come boldly to the throne of Grace, behind the second veil..the Holiest place of all, a new and living way, Hebrews 10. We stand "In Christ's Righteousness" before God our Father.
---kathr4453 on 5/29/08

2)When on earth Jesus himself prayed frequently to his heavenly Father, and he taught others to do the same. In the Lords Prayer he did not teach us to pray to him, but instead gave us this model: OUR FATHER (Matt. 6:6,9).

Jesus said: It is written, It is Yahweh your God you must worship, and it is to him ALONE you must render sacred service. Jesus adhered to this fundamental truth that worshiphence ALSO prayersis to be addressed only to his Father.
---cInDy92714 on 5/29/08

3)And, praying to the holy spirit has no more foundation or Biblical example than does praying to Jesus, and would also be considered to be in direct conflict to Jesus instructions on how to pray.

At Phil. 2:9-11 Do the words in the name of Jesus every knee should bend mean that we are to pray to Jesus? No. For a prayer to be acceptable, it MUST be PRESENTED IN THE NAME of Jesus, but it is, nevertheless, according to Jesus instructions, addressed to Yahweh God and serves to His glorification.
---cInDy92714 on 5/29/08

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1)Jesus occupies the highest position in heaven next to God. Does that, however, mean that we should pray to Him? Many people, because of their love for Jesus, DIRECT prayers to him, but what does Jesus himself think about such prayers directed to him?

Psalm 5:1-3 ,65:2 refers to Yahweh God as the Hearer of prayer.

Did things change when Jesus, the Son of God, came to earth to deliver mankind from sin and death?

No, prayers were still directed to Yahweh.
---cInDy92714 on 5/29/08

I do pray to God to guide me in my day to day activities. I am always asking the Holy Spirit to be with me to protect me as I move about my post. I always implore the love and the saving grace of Christ as I ask God for blessings.I pray to God as I walk and talk with Jesus.
---Bebet3754 on 5/29/08

Matthew-- And I thank you. I believe that some people can make praying and a whole bunch of stuff to complicated. That is what God was trying to tell me. Thank you for your input and you are correct. Just like all true believers, I too have struggles from time to time with my relationship with the living true God. I am so impressed that God always hangs in there.
---catherine on 3/12/07

Catherine whenever you pray let God's Spirit move you and guide you. Just yield to Him and let Him help you speak to Him. It is very emotional and edifying, and it brings about God's presence which is a most awesome thing. Praise Him while you pray too, he loves that so much.
---Matthew on 3/11/07

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Jesus is the mediator, the intercessor, not a messenger. When you pray to God, Jesus will intercede, petition, your case with God much like a lawyer. God only will decide if you are worthy enough to receive your prayer request.
---Steveng on 3/11/07

You know what, before God took me out of the church I was so confused about the proper way to pray. One day God payed me a visit and said, "You had it right the first time." If you remember Steven asked Jesus to welcome Him into heaven while He was being stoned to death."
---catherine on 3/11/07

Pray to the Father, in Jesus' name. "Father, in Jesus' name ... ". That is if you are born-again. Those not born-again do not have the right to use Jesus' name. Read Acts 19:13-16 where the Jewish exorcists got beaten up by the evil spirit because they used Jesus' name without authority.
---Helen_5378 on 3/11/07

Jesus is the Father; pray and worship only him. "And his Name will be called Immanuel: God with us; Counselor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father. Jesus said, I and Father are one. He that believes on me, believes not on me, but in him that sent me. And he that sees me sees him that sent me. He that has seen me has seen the Father. The Father that dwells in me, he does the works. Believe me that I in the Father, and the Father in me: or else believe me because of the very miracles' sake."
---Eloy on 3/11/07

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"Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us therefore come boldly up to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need...Seeing he ever lives to make intercession for us. For everyone whom denies the Son, has neither the Father; whom confesses the Son has the Father also." Hebrews 4:14,16; 7:25; I John 2:23.
---Eloy on 3/11/07

"Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us therefore come boldly up to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need...Seeing he ever lives to make intercession for us. For everyone whom denies the Son, has neither the Father; whom confesses the Son has the Father also." Hebrews 4:14,16; 7:25; I John 2:23.
---Eloy on 3/11/07

Jesus told us how we should pray - Our Father who art in Heaven... You are free to pray to Jesus too, or the Holy Ghost, given that they are all part of the Godhead. Jesus is the human face of God since the incarnation. We can feel comfortable with Him and take refuge in Him, but, since He is the one who told us to pray to the Father, I am sure that He would not feel slighted if you did only that.
---lorra8574 on 3/10/07

Pray to Father (not a priest) God in the name of Jesus.
---shira on 3/10/07

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Jn 16:23 And in that day ye shall ask me nothing. Verily, verily, I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in my name, he will give it you.
---a_servant on 8/5/06

The Holy Trinity,is 3 separate person's, yet they are in one mind , one accord, one love. They are connected like that. When I come before the Lord in prayer is say, "Heavenly Father in the name of Jesus I come..." I am fully aware that Jesus is our intercessor to God the Father, and the Holy Ghost prays for us also intercessing for us. I never neglect to honor ALL members of the God-Head,God the Father, God the Son , and God the Holy Ghost.
---Mrs._Morgan on 8/1/06

Do everything in the Name of Jesus, Not the Father, not the son or the Holy Ghost because these 3 are one, and HIS name is JESUS.
---Carol on 7/10/06

Jesus said we should honor him as we honor the Father, he said he was in the Father and the Father was in him, in revelation it describes Jesus as the temple of the Father in Heaven But Paul said we are the Temple in the Earth that is why Jesus said it was important for him to Go to his Father if he remained in the earth he would be the temple. He is sharing his glory with us, The Father is in you if you are Spirit filled he hears your prayers in jesus name.
---Exzucuh on 7/9/06

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You got it Mima! ALWAYS to be in prayer, with brief pauses. I find myself praying as I clean, cook, do yard work, just about everywhere. Praying to the Father in Jesus' name. AMEN!
---NV_Barbara on 7/9/06

Jesus told us who to pray to in the Lord's Prayer: Our Father...
---Madison1101 on 7/7/06

Pray to God in Jesus name. The only way to God is through Jesus Christ, (not through Mary, Muhammed, Joseph Smith, etc).
---Matt on 7/7/06

Maybe we need to have an open prayer with the Father through his son Jesus. An ongoing prayer, a prayer that has no ending but rather has pauses within it. Certainly all of our prayer lives could stand improvement.
---mima on 7/7/06

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A, the bible teaches us that if you are truly saved you are reconcilled to God thru the blood of his son jesus. It also tells us as his children we should come boldly to his throne with our petitions.
---tom2 on 7/6/06

We should pray to the Father in Jesus' name. "Anything you ask the Father in My (Jesus) name that He will do".
---Helen_5378 on 7/6/06

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