Three Answers Regarding Prayer

I prayed to know answers regarding prayer. I learned some new things, as is usually the case. Pray to receive your own revelation.

  1. They can call me Jesus Christ, but Mashiach Yeshua is closer to my original Hebrew name. This is dear to me. I will hear thee either way, but I like to hear my original name. Speak it only when the Spirit tells you. Say God or Lord, unless the Spirit tells you otherwise. I will hear thee, as will Father and Mother.
  2. You may address Mother, but she is always with us. Her role is not to redeem or to judge, but to bear witness and to be the Mother of all Living.
  3. I am now thy Father, as thou hast been born again. The Eternal Father and I are one. You speak to Him through me. Know me and then thou wilt know the Father.
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6 Responses to Three Answers Regarding Prayer

  1. I just realized I received this two days before I had my Second Comforter experience. Wow, the Lord is so merciful. I’ve since been shown the true way to pronounce the name of God, as it was given to Abraham. It is not Yahweh or Jehovah (although he recognizes and does not condemn us for mispronouncing it). It sounds like a breath of wind.

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  2. Chris says:

    Thank you so much for everything! I feel that sometimes within the Church we prayer to the Father, as an intermediary to the Savior – rather than using the Savior as our intermediary with the Father. Often in my mind’s eye, it has been difficult to break this paradigm and develop a relationship with the Savior in my prayers (since I’m addressing the Father). Do you have any suggestions on how to approach this properly? Obviously, I try to let the Spirit be my guide…. but oh, wretched man that I am!…..

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  3. Pray to Heavenly Father and when you receive the baptism of fire and Gift of the Holy Ghost pray to the Son. But the Spirit will tell you when to do differently.

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  4. rozrusty says:

    I have begun thinking of the Savior as “my Yeshua” and even use that name to refocus while meditating. And I often refer to him in my prayers as Yeshua HaMashiach. I’m glad to know I’m on the right path with that name.

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  5. I likes to hear his earthly name, but Father and Lord and acceptable. Different derivatives are fine, because He looks upon the heart. The best way to start learning how to approach God is to study scripture and I would recommend the Lectures on Faith.

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  6. daniel Dylan says:

    You said Mashiach Yeshua is the correct way. Then rozrusty comment says Yeshua Ha Mashiach. And I have seen people say it that way. I clearly am mixed up. Is his first name Mashiach and his last name Yeshua? Or does the Jews say last name first and first name last? Please correct my understanding. Thank you for your patience. [Mashiach is the word for Messiah, and Yeshua is Jesus. The different ways of speaking it are like comparing “Jesus the Christ” or “Christ Jesus.” Both are are fine. I never personally use those words when I pray to Him. I simply speak to Him as Father or Lord. If you use His name as it was spoken in His life it pleases Him and either would be fine; however, He is not offended by “Jesus Christ.” PR]

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