I have studied the bible for many years and I have never found anything that reveals we can communicate with God outside of prayer. Is there something I have missed the says different. And only in the New Testament have I seen the word Amen. We use this word following the end of our prayers. Is this a requirement or a tradition? What importance, if any, does Amen have? Will God hear are prayer without Amen?
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celaloe- Thanks so much for your answer. This helps alot.
PandN- Your insight and answer to this question is a true blessing. Thanks
Edward J. Palumbo- Many thanks for commenting. I realize through spripture that God communicates with us. I am asking if prayer was/is the only means for us to communicate from ourselves to God? I agree the Holy Spirit promps us. Again many thanks.
"All prayers are answered instantly and in the affirmative. Always!" This is not a scriptural statement. Prayers for anything outside the will of God ARE NOT answered affirmatively. egoism is psychobabel a false religion of men, not of God
Carol- I will clarifywhat I'm asking.. I don't recall reading anything in the NT for christians as to how christian are to communicate TO God aside from the form of prayer. Which is why I asked if I had missed something. Thank you for your answer.
Lee Lee 513- Thank you for you insight and comment.
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luvtoowrite- Thanks for your answer. Until I had asked this question about amen, I never knew the true meaning behind it. It seem everybody who's commented so far knew it except me. Thanks
sheilamyers- Thank you for your comment. I would think any conversation we have with God could be counted as a prayer as long as it's done with a sincere heart. Thanks for your imput.