How to pray to god about love

Method 1 Before You Pray

  1. Think on what you will pray about. Before you begin, think about what you will pray about. What are the things in your life that trouble you? What are you thankful for? How do you want to bring God into your life? What questions do you have? These are things which you may want to pray on. Knowing what to say ahead of time will make you feel more clear and comfortable when you go to pray.

  2. Consult with your religious adviser or a trusted friend. After you’ve thought about some of the things you’d like to talk to God about, consult with your priest, imam, rabbi, or a friend or family member whom you trust. Ask them what they think God might be able to help you with and what they think about your concerns and questions. They may open your eyes to questions and answers which you had never thought of.

  3. Find a good place to pray.

    Once you are ready to pray, you will need to find an appropriate place and time to pray to God. This should be a quiet place where you can devote a good amount of time and concentration to your conversation with God, to show him your devotion.

    • However, if you feel the need to pray quickly and in a less than ideal situation, go right ahead. You do not need to be anywhere special for God to hear you. He will understand your distress and cares only that you love him in your heart and try to follow him.
  4. Get any necessary or additional items. You may want to have certain items when you pray, such as candles, a bible, the remains of a loved one, or other items which are significant to you. Have these available and respectfully placed.

  5. Plan to pray alone or with others. You will want to decide if you feel it is better to pray on your own or with others. Different faiths stress different methods but you should not feel constrained by the normal conventions of your denomination. Do what you feel is right in your heart, whether that means singing your prayers in a church full of people or facing Qibla alone in a corner.

Method 2 Making a Basic Prayer for Christians

  1. Show respect.

    Show respect by humbling yourself before God. Dress plainly (if you can), do not show off your prayer pridefully to those nearby, and


    on your knees with head bowed (if you can).

  2. Read from the Bible. You may want to begin by reading a passage from the Bible which has significance and meaning to you. This will open your heart to His word and show him your devotion.

  3. Thank God. Thank God for all of his blessings. Thank him for the things that make you happy, that make your life better, or that make the world a better place. Understand that these blessings are God showing his love for his people and should be celebrated and appreciated.

  4. Ask forgiveness. Ask God’s forgiveness for the mistakes that you make. Keep your heart open and remember that we all make mistakes: nobody is perfect. Though you may have trouble admitting it or thinking of a mistake you have made, you will find some way that you can be better. Be sincere and you will know in your heart if God forgives you.

  5. Ask for guidance. Ask God’s guidance. He isn’t a genie or some magical granter of wishes…He is merely there to guide you on the path you are meant to follow. Ask him to lead you and show you the right decisions and the ways to better yourself as a person, as well as the world and people around you.

  6. Pray for others.

    Pray for those who you feel need prayers. You can pray for your family, for your friends, or for strangers. Ask God to show them His love and to also help them find their way when they are lost. Do not cast judgement on them or their problems: God is the only Judge and He will do what is right.

    • Remember that people are not the Devil or demons; they are souls, just as you are, and can be led by God. Don’t ask for them to be struck down, ask for them to realize their mistakes and seek forgiveness just as you do.
  7. Close your prayer. Close your prayer in whatever way you feel is appropriate. The most common way is to say ‘Amen’.

Method 3 Making a Basic Prayer for Jews

  1. Try to pray in Hebrew. Most denominations believe that praying in Hebrew is better, though your god will understand you in whatever tongue you speak. Do your best and He will understand.

  2. Try to pray with others. Jews prefer to pray more often and in groups, other than Christian prayer which is more individually focused. Pray with others if you can. This can be at temple, with your family at home, or while you are out with your friends.

  3. Know each of the prayers for the different rituals. Instead of individually stated prayers said each day, Jews prefer to say blessings for different times of day, events, and times of year. You will want to learn the different prayers and when they should be spoken, as well as the Holy Days which require special prayers.

  4. Pray individually if you prefer. If the normal ways of praying are not for you and you feel that you communicate with your god better on your own and in your own way, that is okay. You can pray in the Christian method above and your god will understand. He cares more about your devotion and obedience.

Method 4 Making a Basic Prayer for Muslims

  1. Pray at the right times. Muslims pray at specific times of day and you will need to learn and observe these times. You can look them up, ask your imam, or get a handy app or program for your mobile device or computer.

  2. Orient yourself. You will need to face Mecca when you pray. This is an important part of prayer for Muslims. You will need to look up what the proper direction is for the area in which you live. Alternatively, you can get an app or program for your phone or computer which will act as a compass and point you in the right direction no matter where you are.

  3. Sit, stand, and motion correctly. There are specific ways that Muslims are supposed to sit, stand, bow, and move their hands and bodies during prayer. These can be rather complicated and you may need to do some research. You can also learn by watching fellow Muslims, either out and about or at your local mosque.

  4. Open your prayer. Begin your prayer in the proper way. Muslim prayer is much more specific and rigid than Christian prayer. The standard opening is to call “Allah – Wa – Akbar” and then recite the Isteftah Dua and Surah Al- Fatiha.

  5. Recite the Surahs. Recite the Surahs appropriate to the time of day or that are being recited by your fellows nearby. If you are alone, you can recite whatever Surahs you believe are appropriate.

  6. Perform the appropriate number of rakats. The rakats, or cycles of prayer, are standardized and a different number of cycles is prescribed for each time of day. Know what is the appropriate number and try to perform at least that many.

  7. Close your prayer. End your prayers in the normal way by turning your head to the right and saying, “As Salam Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu’.” The angel who records your good deeds is to this side. Then, turn your head to the left and say, “As Salam Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu’.” The angel who records your wrongful deeds is to this side. Now your prayers are over.

Method 5 After You Pray

  1. Look for signs that God has heard you. When you are done praying, as you progress through your day and further on, look for signs that God has heard your prayers. Keep your heart open and look for ways in which he seeks to lead you on the appropriate path. You will know in your heart what is right.

  2. Do right by Him and keep your promises. If you promised God that you would improve yourself or work harder for something, you should keep your promise. Work as hard as you can, honestly and with humility, and God will understand and be pleased.

  3. Pray regularly. Don’t just pray when you have a really big problem. God is not your band-aid. Pray all the time and show Him the respect that He deserves. Get in the habit and with time you will be great at praying.

  4. Help and pray with others. As you pray more, you will want to pray with others and bring others to understand how much they can gain from prayer. Bring them to God by helping them, honestly, humbly, and without judgement, and they too may become inspired to come to know Him as you have.

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  • Do I need to pray 3 times a day? How many times?

    There is no specific number of times to pray in a single day. It is good to remember to pray after waking up to ask God to guide you through the day, before going to sleep to thank Him for the day, regret your sins from the day and ask for good sleep, and at the noon to keep on track with God so you don’t forget about Him and to stay in active contact. You can pray as many times as you want, even 20 times a day. Prayer is our conversation with God, so you can pray some quick short prayers whenever you want and need.

  • How can I devote my life to God?

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    It depends how fully you are willing to devote your life. Start by praying regularly, maybe in the morning and before you sleep, and before meals. Thank God for the day he has made. If you are serious about devoting your entire life, look into going to the respective place of worship to become a member to spread gods word. You can become a missionary and help those in need. You can donate to charities and follow the word of the Lord.

  • How do I know when God has answered my question?

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    Everyone gets their prayers answered differently. Sometimes you don’t get what you expected either, but God will show you a sign when he’s answered your prayer, it could be right now, it could be next week, it could be in five years, but God will answer. Just don’t expect to get exactly what you want.

  • Why do we need to pray?

    Prayer is also called a conversation with God. Christianity is based on a relationship with God, so imagine if you have a friend and you never talk to him. It wouldn’t work, right? It is the same with prayer. We can talk through it to God, tell Him our struggles, joys and share with him our thoughts and lives.

  • Will my prayers still be heard if I am not baptized?

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    Baptism is just a way to wash yourself of the sins you have committed and the sins of Adam and Eve. God is hearing your prayers regardless of the status of your baptism. Matthew 7: 7 “Seek and you will find. Ask and you shall receive. Know that when you ask that God hears the prayers.”

  • How do I say a protection prayer?

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    Ask God to put a hedge of protection around you while you’re driving, at work, at home etc. You may ask Him to guard you.

  • How can I tell God that I really love him and will listen to him?

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    By saying just that. How much you love God can be seen in your actions and what you do to show that you love Him. He sees your heart and knows it, so if you truly love Him, He will see that, too. Do pray and ask Him to speak to you in your prayers and while reading the Word.

  • Will God answer my prayers if I’m not religious?

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    God always hears those who cry out to Him, even those of many different religions. God should still answer your prayers, but when He answers, do not expect a booming voice to say, “Yes, you should…” or “No, do not…”. Answers are not always easy to see.

  • Will a prayer be answered only if I take action towards my desire?

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    Prayers can be answered in different ways. Sometimes God says yes; sometimes he says to wait, and that what you’ve asked for will come at the right time; and sometimes he says that what you are asking for isn’t right for you. God’s plan will happen whether you take action or not.

  • I have many worries and my thoughts are all over the place. If I tell God all this, will he still hear me and help me sort out everything that is worrying me?

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    He cares about your worries. Just give it to God, and sometimes He will say yes, wait, or no. The future usually holds his answers. And sometimes His answers take days and weeks and months. Just be patient and keep praying. Sometimes He will even give you an immediate answer. Those are always the best!

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  • Always trust what you know to be true in your heart. If a priest, leader, friend or family member tells you something that makes you uncomfortable, pray on it. God will tell you what is right and you will feel sure and happy in your heart. No one but God can tell you what is right and what He wills.
  • Pray whenever and where ever you need to, i.e. in traffic, before a test, or before each meal.
  • Talk to God the same way you talk to your friends. This helps to calm any nerves you may have before praying.
  • When you wake up in the morning, close your eyes and thank God because there are some people who didn’t wake up and never will. Thank Him when you still have a chance to.
  • Just because God has not answered your prayer right away does not mean he will not, or he does not love you. He will always love you. He has your future planned out for you, and the answer to your questions will be answered at the right time.

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QUESTION: How to pray to God – What does the Bible say?


Jesus shares some tremendous insight regarding how to pray to God in Matthew 6:5-13.

“And now about prayer. When you pray, don’t be like the hypocrites who love to pray publicly on street corners and in the synagogues where everyone can see them. I assure you, that is all the reward they will ever get. But when you pray, go away by yourself, shut the door behind you, and pray to your Father secretly. Then your Father, who knows all secrets, will reward you.

“When you pray, don’t babble on and on as people of other religions do. They think prayers are answered only by repeating words over and over again. Don’t be like them, because your Father knows exactly what you need even before you ask him! Pray like this: Our Father in heaven, may your name be honored. May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done here on earth, just as it is in heaven. Give us our food for today, and forgive us our sins, just as we have forgiven those who have sinned against us. And don’t let us yield to temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.”

In the above verses, Jesus shares how not to pray.

  • Verse 5: We are to pray in secret, not the way people did in His day — praying out loud publicly, primarily to just be seen, and heard.
  • Verse 6: Jesus asks us to go to a private place since our Heavenly Father already knows what we are going to pray about.
  • Verse 7: Jesus tells us not to ramble on and on, as people of other religions do, or be repetitious with words. God, our heavenly Father, would have us be specific about our prayer.
  • Verse 8: Jesus reiterates that the believer is not to pray repetitiously like the heathen.

Next, Jesus, teaches us how to pray.

  • Verse 9: Jesus says we should give honor to God and His name.
  • Verse 10: We are to pray for His Kingdom to come, and for His will to be done, that there would be a heavenly or godly presence here on earth.
  • Verse 11: We are to pray for daily provision.
  • Verse 12: We are to pray and ask for forgiveness for our sins, and for others who have wronged us.
  • Verse 13: We are to pray and ask God to keep us from being tempted, and to deliver us from Satan and his power.

Other New Testament writers describe other ways to pray. Paul, in Philippians 4:6, says that we should pray for everything with thanksgiving. Paul, who wrote several books of the New Testament, often began and ended his letters in prayer for the saints. Specifically, Paul prays for God’s grace, peace, love, and faith among believers.

Peter, in 1 Peter 5:7, exhorts us to cast all our care upon God, because He cares about us. In verse 8, Peter warns us that Satan seeks to devour the believer.

James 1:5 says we can pray and ask God for wisdom, but this should be done in faith. James 4:1-4 says that when we pray, we often pray or ask out of our own selfish ambition. James 4:15 exhorts that we need to pray for God’s will to be done in our lives.

In the Old Testament, Moses prayed to God almost constantly on behalf of the Israelites — for God’s mercy and graciousness in dealing with their sins. Abraham prayed persistently for his relative Lot, who lived in Sodom, that God would spare Him. 2 Chronicles 14:11 says Asa cried out to the Lord. Prophet Jeremiah prayed for God’s guidance and correction of the Israelites (Jeremiah 10:23-24). David prayed for the peace of Jerusalem in Psalm 122:6.

The protocol on how to pray covers several ways of prayer. The primary focus of prayer is the intent. Does the prayer honor God and exalt His name? What is the purpose behind the prayer? Is it personal gain or ambition? Do you pray for others to be blessed and encouraged? Are your prayers done in secret and in humility? Are your prayers focused on obtaining godly wisdom, counsel, and direction? God is pleased with these prayers and answers them.

How often are we to pray? The Bible says pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17). What should we pray for? What if we do not know how to pray? The Bible says the Holy Spirit will help us pray (Romans 8:26-27).

How do we pray to God? Prayer is essentially putting your request, concern, or issue before the Lord, and trusting Him to answer them. Matthew 18:3 says we need to pray with the heart of little children, simple, reverent, specific, and trusting.


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and spend eternity with God in heaven.

What is your response?

Yes, today I am deciding to follow JesusYes, I am already a follower of JesusI still have questions

One of the biggest aspects of living a Christian life is prayer time with God. For many Christians, especially new believers this is something that often sounds mystical or mysterious and many Christians have a lot of questions about prayer. In this article we want to explore how to pray to God, but also delve into other basic questions… what is prayer? Do you need prayer? Does prayer help?  By the time we finish it is my hope you have a good understanding of how to pray to God, what is the right way to pray and how that daily discipline will change your life for the better.

Prayer Examples

We want to share with you a few simple prayers that can start you off on the path of a healthy prayer life. Keep in mind, it is more about you and your circumstances and God wants to know you on a very personal level.  Yes, He knows everything there is to know already, but more importantly He wants you to freely join Him in communion and share your life with Him.

Dear Heavenly Father, I want to thank you for the blessings you brought into my life, for my family, for my church, for my friends and for my neighbors. Today I have a difficult decision to make and I want your wisdom in all of my choices. Please Father let the Holy Spirit guide me and show me the path that would glorify you. I love you and thank you. In Jesus name. Amen.

Jesus, my King of Kings, please give me strength. My heart is troubled and my body is stricken with illness. Give me comfort and healing if it is your will. Lift me up and give me courage in this difficult time and let people see your reflection when they look at me. I love you and need you. Be with me always. Amen.

Holy Spirit, thank you so much for all you do in my life! You have filled me with peace, joy, patience and have guided my decisions. Today I step out in confidence that you are with me, a lamp unto my feet, together we shall glorify our Father in Heaven. Amen.

Pray to God the right way – what is prayer?

So what exactly is prayer? We see people around the world in prayer, people of all nations, all cultures, all religions prayer is prevalent. In a generic sense prayer is a person communicating with a higher power. In the Christian faith prayer is our direct line to our Creator, the one True God. Prayer is bringing your petition to God no matter what it may be… healing, strength, encouragement, direction, thanksgiving… in all things we should go in prayer.

Prayer is also a form of worship the God for all that He has done in our lives and the world. We must pray in His name – Father, Son or Holy Spirit. You may be asking, which of the three should I pray to? The answer is all or any. Scripture is clear that Father, Son and Holy Spirit are ONE (Matthew 28:19), and personally I have said prayers to all three at different times.

The most important thing to remember is that there is no right or wrong way to pray

Now let us take some time to discuss specifically how to pray to God the right way. The most important thing to remember is that there is no right or wrong way to pray. We are all different and we will all connect with God in various ways. Some people like to find a quiet place where they can be alone with God, which I highly recommend. When there are no distractions and your environment is peaceful it will much easier to communicate clearly. It is a good idea to set an appointment with God, a time and place each day where you know you will spend some quiet time alone with Him. In my experience I prefer to start my day this way, as it helps to invigorate me as I walk out the door and into the world.

When to pray to God?

On the other hand we do not want to become so structured that we only pray to God when our calendar tell us it is time. When you are going about your day, say small prayers… ask for help, give thanks or just let God know how you are feeling in that moment. Often times we may not know what to pray for and in these times we must rely on the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:26) to intercede for us in our weakness.

Prayer is about a relationship with God, very similar to the relationship between a father and son on Earth. If a man on Earth needs help, or comfort, or just wants to share a part of his life with someone, he will often turn to his father. When a father sees his child going through a tough time, He wants to hear about it, and help him if possible get through it. This is no different than our Father in Heaven, who loves each of us more than we can imagine.

How to pray to God to get answers?

People often ask: Should I pray on my knees? Should I pray out loud? Or other such details. There is no one correct answer to these questions. In my day I spend time on my knees praying, sitting at my desk praying and even praying while I am working. There are times when I pray quietly and times when I speak out loud. There are times when I cry, sing, laugh and shout out in prayer.

Now that we have discussed how and when to pray let us talk about how prayer can help us in our lives. How to pray to get answers from God? If you ever want testimony about the effectiveness of prayer just ask anyone who prays on a regular basis. Prayer is a life-changing practice that will bring you closer to God. The closer you come to God the more peace and joy will fill your heart. You will learn to trust and rely on God more because you will start to see answered prayers unfold in your life.

Don’t give up the prayer if you think your questions and petitions are not answered. God answers in His time, so trust and be patient and you get an answer. When Jesus Christ walked the Earth, He spent a considerable amount of time in prayer because He wanted to leave behind an example for us to follow as Christians. Let’s follow Jesus Christ and pray to God!


how to pray to god about love

First find a quiet place. Little noises may be distracting, particularly at first. It helps most people to close their eyes. You want to blot out the world and open yourself up to God. Choose a quiet room, get into a comfortable chair or lie down. Feel yourself relax. Concentrate on your breathing. Feel the cool air coming in and the warm air going out. 
Then say something like this, “God I don’t know if you are out there or not but if you are please come into my life and help me.” That opens the door. Then ask God this question: “God, what is the next step in my relationship with you?” Ask this question as if God were sitting in the room with you. Ask with absolute seriousness. Don’t be afraid. God will not let you down. Wait for a word or phrase to come into your mind. It will not be complicated at first. Don’t be afraid—then write down what you experienced.

This word or phrase is a journey, usually a long journey. If the word was believe, you need to take a journey so you can believe in God. If it was trust me, you need to take a journey to learn how to trust God. If it was faith, you need to take a journey to learn how to have faith in God. Remember this is a journey to God.
Now you need something to confirm for you that that was really God. Go to the scripture of your choice and open it randomly reading where your eye falls until you feel a feeling of peace. This will be an “Oh yeah,” type feeling. Evil can place words inside of your mind but it cannot accompany the words with the peace that comes from God. This is how God signs his communication. The reading will tell you the hurdle or hurdles in the way of your journey to God and what you can do today to begin your spiritual journey. All you have to do is take one step at a time. Now look for the next miracle. The millisecond you take that first step God gives you a feeling of peace and as long as you stay on the journey you keep the peace. If you get off the journey you are back to the fear.
Be willing and open-minded to the possibility that God will communicate with you. You don’t have to have a deep religious faith, but you have to be willing to let go and allow the communication to occur. You can’t make it happen. Let the words come naturally without effort. Some people try too hard and get frustrated, but it is very simple and quick. Ask the question and wait for a word or phrase to come through your mind. God knows exactly what you need to experience.
As a psychologist, I know it is difficult for people to listen. Most of us do it poorly. Focus your mind. Open yourself in every way that you know how. The communication from God will come in levels you understand and in levels you don’t understand. The words come as if you are thinking to yourself, but somehow you will know that it is not you. You are not creating the words.
Ask God some questions and write the answers down. You should ask the questions that seem most relevant to you. Something like this might be a good idea. “God, what is the next step in my relationship with my family?”

There are only three real possibilities about the source of these communications. Either they are from God, from you, or from some other source. There are several ways to confirm that the communication came from God. Compare the communication with scripture. God will never disagree with himself, and he has spoken in the Bible. God is the same today, yesterday, and tomorrow. Check out the communication with other believers that you trust. Some believers are given the gift of discernment, the ability to tell what is from God. A prayer group or clergy person may be willing to guide you.

How to pray to God

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1. WOW! this was the most amazing thing I have experienced before. I could feel the embracement of god and I could feel his love. god has shown me many things through this and has taught me a lot through my experiences. this brought tears to my eyes and I never cry about anything unless someone dies or I lose a loved one. god has touched me and I feel at peace right now. the feeling is so great! what god has told me that he wanted me to share with the world is based on the second coming of Christ and the end times. he stood up in the field of wildflowers and he told me to look at the beauty of his creation, his art, and his wilderness he has made. he has told me that there will be none left on earth within your lifetime, and that you must teach people of the end times and how to be ready. he told me to teach my wife, when I get one, as well as my kids. I’m only 17 but god has told me that it will be in my time that he will come, he says that the warnings that are in the bible will come. i suggest that you read revelations, Matthew and Daniel. he also said when you (all who Jesus has saved) enter into heaven you will see a lot more of the beauty of gods perfection than on earth. as far as gods will for my life, he has told me that he cannot show me at this point in my life, but that when he does show me, that my will, will be a very important thing. he says, i would save many souls and lives and that I will heal many. I don’t know how he is going to have me do that but i am waiting patiently for his timing. for each of us he gives a different message, and the message he does give is heartwarming, and loving. if you are reading this and haven’t tried it out I strongly suggest you try it. it made my heart melt, and I cried. I could see myself crying on Jesus’ shoulder and asking for forgiveness and to show me mercy and love, and he has! its a great feeling please try it.

2. I just finished your exercise and wanted to share my experience with you. My wife and I just recently lost our unborn baby 13 weeks into the pregnancy. My wife just recently got laid off from her high paying job of two years. I was just laid off my job of 8 years as a General Manager with a large public Canadian company. You would think that we as a couple may be angry and resentful, however I feel the exact opposite. I asked God to free me from the stress of my job and help me find something that I was destined to do according to his will. The loss of our baby was important for I felt that my wife and I needed to ground ourselves and find our purpose or at least an idea as to where we need to be. We have been caught in the material empty web for too long.

3. God told me to love and forgive and He gave me a piece of light to carry with me.

4. I imagined all the sweet things, like ocean, beach, path, water, and flowers. I was in touch with God–I was wearing white. I sat under a tree and was whole with God. He said nothing but His face was beautiful and He even wiggled His toes. Forgiveness was so much there. I went off with Him.

5. I felt a warm comforting feeling growing within me. As the figure moved closer I could feel the contentment I want or need. As I was embraced, the glowing sensation assured me of love, and took away my insecurities, and left me with a feeling of what it means to feel alive. I can still feel the feeling.

6. I seriously tried to reach ‘conscious contact’ for the third time since I’ve been here. For the first time I felt something. I saw my Power as a bright and warm light. I asked for help, forgiveness, and strength, for Him to PLEASE love me too. I asked for strength–thanked Him for the fact that I am alive and here. And that we all are alive and here. Felt, (still feel) a beautiful warm feeling inside my whole body!

7. He sat by me then we got up and went for a walk on the beach and I asked Him questions. He asked me what I wanted most out of life. And I said, “money, to be secure.” And He said, “If I lived within you, would you feel secure?” And I thought, Wow! Yes, Yes I would, so He blended into me and I felt the best feeling ever. And then I walked on the beach alone feeling great.

8. God told me that I had to work with my wife, show her love, compassion, trust, talk to her, share with her, and hold her. He told me to pray for her. He didn’t really talk to me much. He is going to help me in my sobriety. My wife and I are someday going to have wonderful, healthy children.

9. I saw myself enter God and see myself, I didn’t see me clearly, but I did hear God saying to me after I went back by the tree that He loves me, and that no matter what, He always has. God has chosen me to be His Son. I didn’t know why. While I was seeing through His eyes, I did see a young man that was very afraid, and lonely, and hurt, and didn’t even want God to know how he felt. He had a hard time looking at God eye to eye, and he seemed closed off to the fact that God took the time to even come see him. He just could not believe that God would come and see him.

10. God told me to love my family.

11. I just felt at peace with my surroundings and myself. I felt loving and loved.

12. He said, “Spread the good news and be my messenger.”

13. As I was sitting against the tree, Jesus sat down across from me and smiled. He spoke no words, but I heard Him in my head. He offered me love and peace–serenity. I felt His love and peace flow through me–all the while, He kept smiling.

14. I saw Jesus and after we established eye contact He said these words:

Bless you my son

For the life you have been leading

has been all but fun.

Take those evil feelings that

you’ve bestowed in your pocket.

Position them to your side

and release them like a rocket.

15. It happened that there was a presence, not really anything visual. But I knew I wasn’t alone. I was at peace and felt okay–safe.

16. He walked up to me and said I have a wonderful family and to be strong and everything will be all right.

17. Felt happy–safe.

18. Everything went as you said until I sat down and talked with God. Then God and I talked about my sins and how I need to live a good life. How to keep speaking to Him for the answers and forgiveness.

19. At first I was concentrating too hard. Towards the middle and beginning not much happened cause I tried too hard. There was a peaceful feeling; much like it is just before I sleep. I almost did fall asleep, and that seemed to let everything fall the to the wayside. When I let go, it seemed like I was sort of looking into the future. The way I’m going to be when I have a sober mind, body, and spirit. I seemed so peaceful in thought, in action, and in words. I thought of some of my friends, who will be using still and was kind of filled with sorrow for them, because they could not experience the inner peace I felt.

20. When I sat down, I was kind of scared. But then He started talking and He said He loved me. He is sorry that I was hurt but He wanted me to understand that it was a teaching. He said that now I am beginning to let love in. He said that I would be loved. There was some bad perception in it.

21. I saw God and God walked with me and talked to me.

22. “My Son I love you dearly, and I am going to send you the Holy Spirit to, Dwell Within you.” Then at that moment I felt Heat Surge throughout my body, my legs, my arms, pretty much everything, Then the heat went away, and came back onto my Hands. Then God continued by saying: “Do you feel the Heat? My Son I have forgiven you completely for all you are to be held accountable for, and I ask of you to do the same as well, for all Who’ve sinned against you. The world is consumed with Darkness and I’d like you to be a light for all that Darkness. I shall be your light in the darkness of the night. I will give you a flashlight, empowered, by the light of love and reasoning. That light shall be your guide in the darkness. Through you many Whom are lost will be found, and through you new family members shall arrive to the family of God. The hungry will be fed, and the thirsty will drink. It is not yet time for me to send you on your mission. The time Will arrive after I have tested you, I will test your Mercy by giving you power over your enemies. When you have passed the test, I will give you more details on your mission. I will then also give you the choice to follow me, or to walk on your own path. Which is Why I shall encourage you to follow me. For If you took your own path you will plunge into deeper darkness, you will be blinded with selfish ambition, and you will be caught into a web of material emptiness. You will also gain the Capital sin of Greed. If you were to follow me however, You will work wonders amongst people, You will be guidance to those who are lost, you will feed the hungry, Give drink to the thirsty, and shall be empowered with the goodness and light of fortitude, and love. You shall need fortitude, for quite an amount of courage is required. Sleep now, my son for it is getting late, Peace be with you.” And at that moment The conversation ended and I tried to sleep. Before I did, I recalled a miracle God did. It was in the kitchen, and I was drinking water, and the glass got empty because I finished it. “God I’m thirsty,” I said, So I just decided to walk over to the sink and get a drink of water, but when I was filling up a glass of water, I stared over at the empty glass of water, and there it was, The empty glass was now filled with WATER!!! I knew it couldn’t be anyone else because I was alone in the house at the time, My Brother was somewhere else, and so forth, I was the only one there at the time.

23. I felt as though love was flowing like river through me. It was pulsing through my body. I felt warm in a cold room. I felt loved more than I have ever felt loved. I realized how much I love God, but to keep that love I must keep communicating just like any other love, or friendship. God’s love is unlike any other. All my problems seem to be gone now. This was a great experience. I hope to talk to God like this more often.

I found many things fascinating about these experiences. A message was there for all but a very few. Some of them stated that nothing happened, but as I spoke to them after the exercise, most of those people did have something to report. The reason they wrote nothing happened is they were confused about how to describe their experience. Something had happened, but it was beyond their normal experience.

To all of these people, God communicated a warm powerful feeling of love. This was at the core of every message.

It was not difficult for these people to tune in God’s voice. It took a simple exercise. In this clinical population of drug addicts there are liars, thieves, prostitutes, child molesters, atheists, agnostics, and believers. God communicated with them all. It did not seem to matter who they were. God came to them with a message that stated I am God, I am alive, I love you, I forgive you, and I will help you.

God did not always communicate to these individuals in words inside their thinking. Sometimes it was a feeling or a visual image. In one case God came as a texture. But one thing was consistent: the person was convinced it was God. After the session, many people expressed their complete and utter joy. Many had been so weighted down with guilt that they believed God had abandoned them.

This book teaches all the details about how how to communicate with God .


Peace will Come: Let this spiritual music sink into your soul and heal you. Learn every word and sing along.

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