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Does God Really Hear Prayers?

Updated on November 30, 2013

He Hears Me...

God heard the Prayer of a humble boy in 1823 - Joseph Smith - The Vision!

Yes, God most certainly hears and answers every prayer ever uttered by mankind. In fact, prayer is the most advanced technology of all technologies. The simple reason we do not refer to it as a technology - is because man cannot explain it by his puny methods.

But, energy prayer is - that which comes through faith in Jesus Christ, which infinitely surpasses anything that mere man has yet to come close in developing!

Prayer is a miracle! It is a process that cannot be explained through physical or worldly means... and that is how we define miracles.

The evidence that God does answer those who pray to Him - is testified of - by the most physical specimen of all... a human-being. Much better than rats, don't you think?

The Very Power Of Prayer Testifies Of This Omnipotent Technology That Does Exist!

What greater witness - that this advanced technology does exist - could man then have. Throughout all ages of the history of this world - men and women from all walks of life - confirm in their personal lives, that yes - God did hear my prayers and He did answer that prayer.

This is nothing less than powerful peer reviews - of a reality that cannot be seen, but in the word of two or more witnesses, meets the law of witnesses and even exceeds any requirement comparable to that which is man-made.

Think about all truth, that man himself has verified - through the various methods and technologies available to him, by him - to then prove a thing exists or happened, etc...

We refer to this type of evidence as empirical.

Yes, God Did Answer My Prayer...

How Can You Know That Indeed God Answers Prayers? By Exercising Faith In Jesus Christ, And ASKING God - A Question!

Should we not find it quite interesting - that hard, physical evidence coming form that which is "live" - is not considered truly credible coming from one human-being to the next.

What we have here is two opposing factors, that because these two do not have the ability to see the same thing at the same time, truth is not received and agreed upon!

But, is this not in reality - actually just denial of truth... after all, the one who actually testifies of a truth in their physical life - is opposing that which has no evidence to base a refusal to receive said physical evidence.

Therefore, in a court of law.... the burden of proof, then rests upon him who does not see anything... to go and find a way to make others see!

Now physically, when a person does not see with their eyes - they are diagnosed with blindness.

So, here we have "one" that firmly can stand with millions of other witnessesand say that they, as a physical being have had their prayers answered in discernible ways to them - is meagerly attempting to convince the blind to see that which they cannot - because they are blind!

Does this make sense to you?

How have your prayers been answered that you - without a doubt know, that God indeed heard your prayers...

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  • LdsNana-AskMormon profile imageAUTHOR

    Kathryn Skaggs 

    8 years ago from Southern California

    Yes He does, Dave. Thanks you.


  • Dave Mathews profile image

    Dave Mathews 

    8 years ago from NORTH YORK,ONTARIO,CANADA

    Not only does god hear prayers, he is delighted that we pray and answers every prayer.

  • litomoreno profile image


    9 years ago from Manila, Philippines

    Pray hard, it works, and have faith. Works everyday for me.

  • Jeromeo profile image


    9 years ago from Little Rock

    Thanks for answering the question, I see from the responses you are receiving that people like your take on how God responds to our prayers.

  • LdsNana-AskMormon profile imageAUTHOR

    Kathryn Skaggs 

    9 years ago from Southern California

    Christina -

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful feelings, about FAITH, in Jesus Christ.



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    Christina Andrews 

    9 years ago

    Faith in GOD can move the mountains, trust in him can cam the sea. The word FAITH is the most important word that people can ever use. In faith the impossible can turn out to be possible.

    I believe in the true FAITH of my GOD....... do you believe, if not start believing, the marvellous wonders would work.

  • LdsNana-AskMormon profile imageAUTHOR

    Kathryn Skaggs 

    10 years ago from Southern California


    That is one of my very most favorite sciptures, and I believe the most found scripture in all of scripture. Perhaps Heavenly Father is really trying to get more of us to just ASK Him for the answers that perplex us today..




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    Robert Skaggs 

    10 years ago

    "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that asketh recieveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that kocketh it shall be opened." (Matt 7:7,8)

  • LdsNana-AskMormon profile imageAUTHOR

    Kathryn Skaggs 

    10 years ago from Southern California

    Hi Bonnie:-)

    Thanks... for bringing out this very important element of prayer and how God does actually communicate His love for us as His children.

    I really believe that the problem for many people when they say... "oh I prayed and I'm waiting now".... is more the behavior of a spoiled child of God. LOL

    What I mean is this - as you pointed out, we live in a very physical world - and IF we cannot physically touch it, see it, smell it, hear it or physically feel Him - he must not exist or does not really answer prayers today.

    So faith, which is, without a "doubt" the greatest power in the technologies, is cast aside as a figment of imagination or a things that cannot be... after all a man said so!

    Thanks Bonnie.... I love your comments and really appreciate the time you take to leave them.



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    Bonnie Ramsey 

    10 years ago from United States

    Excellent hub, Nana! I fully agree that God answers every prayer. He may not answer it the way that you want but he will answer it. Many times we think that just because he does not give us what we pray for, he didn't answer our prayers. However, we do not have the ability to know what receiving what we are asking for will bring into our lives. Sometimes, "unanswered prayers" are simply our NOT seeing that He has looked beyond our wants and filled our needs. No matter what happens in life, good or bad, it happens for a reason. Sometimes, God is the only one who knows that reason. Have faith that He knows what is best, be grateful for all things and you will begin to see the answer to this question come forth.

    God bless,Bonnie


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