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When a person prays, "In Jesus' name" or "In Christ's name", do they mean the same thing?


Christ means the "anointed one." So, when we pray and say, "In Jesus' name" or "In Christ's name", do they mean one and the same?

 

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    CarolineVABC 4 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your wisdom, HAexpressions! It is very much appreciated. Thanks for commenting!

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    CarolineVABC 4 years ago

    Thank you for commenting, christopheranton! I highly value each and every comment here. Thanks again!

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    CarolineVABC 4 years ago

    Hello suvitharoja,

    I, completely, agree with you that when people pray "In Jesus name," they are not aware of the true significance of it. Sometimes, people pray this way believing that all of their petitions will be answered.

    Thanks for commenting

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    CarolineVABC 4 years ago

    I agree that Jesus Christ is our Savior. Thank you very much for commenting, scubadoggy!