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I’ve spoken about prayer in the last few episodes, and that leaves us with one question. The problem is, the question is so obvious that some don’t even see it as a question. Very simply: to whom should you address your prayers? And some other questions would follow. For instance, if what works for me doesn’t work for you, or vice versa, does that mean that one should impose their faith on the other?
The answer to this and other similar questions can be found, and found clearly, even in the Christians’ Bible. People who can keep their preconceived notions from interfering with the actual content will understand.