Young Women Lesson 24: Prayer and Meditation
Manual 1; Excerpt from "Using the Supernal Gift of Prayer" by Richard G. Scott
"Prayer is a supernal gift of our Father in Heaven to every soul." -Richard G. Scott
- What does it mean to pray with real intent?
- How can we be more committed to act on answers we receive?
Excerpt from "Using the Supernal Gift of Prayer" by Richard G. Scott, April 2007 General Conference:
Prayer is a supernal gift of our Father in Heaven to every soul. Think of it: the absolute Supreme Being, the most all-knowing, all-seeing, all-powerful personage, encourages you and me, as insignificant as we are, to converse with Him as our Father. Actually, because He knows how desperately we need His guidance, He commands, “Thou shalt pray vocally as well as in thy heart; yea, before the world as well as in secret, in public as well as in private.” 1
It matters not our circumstance, be we humble or arrogant, poor or rich, free or enslaved, learned or ignorant, loved or forsaken, we can address Him. We need no appointment. Our supplication can be brief or can occupy all the time needed. It can be an extended expression of love and gratitude or an urgent plea for help. He has created numberless cosmos and populated them with worlds, yet you and I can talk with Him personally, and He will ever answer.
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