DWQA QuestionsCategory: PrayerDoes it matter what people call you when making a prayer request?
Nicola Staff asked 1 year ago

People can use any term for the Almighty they wish. We play no favorites. There are many terms and have been all through the ages. What matters is the intention to connect to the highest and holiest source in the universe. If one desires to have a dialogue with the Almighty, this is always welcomed. There is no reason to fear or hesitate whatsoever. We are not judgmental, contrary to many religious teachings. We know all of you intimately and are present within you at all times, so there are no secrets, there is no reason for shame or hesitation or feelings of awkwardness. In fact, one of the best ways to develop a partnership with the Divine is to commune with us through prayer requests on a regular basis.

This will help you feel comfortable and view this as something that can be very much a part of your everyday life and this will serve you greatly as it will build confidence and enhance the relationship you have with us as a two-way street, so to speak, where you not only ask something of us, but we answer, and you perceive something. It may not be a clear message but may nonetheless be a feeling within. A sense of calm, inner peace and reassurance all is well or will be. We endeavor to impart such feelings whenever people reach out to us as long as there is sufficient belief in place that we can act on their behalf and make our involvement known to them in some way. If belief falls short, we are simply not allowed to show our presence in any way. That is one of the major limitations here in doing prayer work. People need to cultivate their faith, and this is always possible and is their birthright.