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How to Pray: Prayer Quotes from Saints

Prayer is a vital of your religious journey. Praying well leads you nearer to God and his messengers (the angels) in marvelous relationships of faith. That opens doors for miracles to happen in your life. These prayer quotes from saints describe a way to pray:

“Perfect prayer is that wherein he who prays isn’t acutely aware that he’s praying.” – St. John Cassian

“It appears to me that we don’t pay enough attention to prayer, for unless it arises from the hart that must be its center, it’s no more than a fruitless dream. Prayer out tocarry over into our words, our thoughts and our actions. we should try the maximum amount as we can to reflect on what we ask or promise. we don’t do that if we don’tlisten to our prayers.” – St. Marguerite Bourgeoys

“If you pray with your lips but your mind wanders, how do you benefit?” – St. Gregory of Sinai

“Prayer is turning the mind and thoughts toward God. to wish means to stand before God with the mind, mentally to gaze constantly at him, and to converse with him in reverent worry and hope.” – St. Dimitri of rostov

“We should pray without ceasing, in each occurrence and employment of our lives — that prayer which is quite a habit of lifting up the heart to God as during a constant communication with him.” – St. Elizabeth Seton

“Pray regarding everything to the Lord, to our most pure woman, and to your guardian spirit. they’ll teach you everything, either directly or through others.” – St. Theophan the Recluse

“The best style of prayer is one that implants the clearest plan of God in the soul and thus makes area for the presence of God among us.” – St. Basil the great

“We do not pray in order to alter God’s arrangements, but so as to obtain effects that God has arranged will be achieved through the prayers of his chosen people. God arranges to offer us certain things in answer to requests to it we may confidently have recourse to him, and acknowledge him because the source of all our blessings, and this is all for our good.” – St. Thomas Aquinas

“When you pray to God in psalms and hymns, meditate in your heart on it that you utter with your lips.” – St. Augustine

“God says: Pray wholeheartedly, through it appears to you that this has no savor for you; still it’s not profitable enough, though you may not feel that. Pray wholeheartedly, tho’ you’ll feel nothing, tho’ you’ll see nothing, yes, tho’ you think that you couldn’t, for in dryness and in barrenness, in illness and in weakness, then is your prayer most pleasing to me, tho’ you think that it almost tasteless to you. and so is all your living prayer in my sight.” St. Julian of Norwich

“We always have need of God. Therefore, we should always pray. The additional we pray, the additional we please him and therefore the additional we get.” – St. Claude dela Colombiere

“It is however to be noted that four things are needed if an individual is to get what he requests through the ability of the holy name. initial that he ask for himself; second, that whatever he asks be necessary for salvation; third, that he asks in a pious manner; and fourth, that he ask with perseverance — and all these items at the same time. If he asks in this manner, he can continuously be granted his request.” – St. Bernadine of Siena

“Devote one hour daily to mental prayer. If you can, let it’s early in the morning, because then your mind is less encumbered and additional vigorous after the night’s rest.” – St. Francis de Sales

“Unceasing prayer means to have the mind continuously turned to God with great love, holding alive our hope in him, having confidence in him whatever we’re doing and no matter happens to us.” – St. Maximus the Confessor

“I would advise people who practice prayer, particularly at first, to cultivate the relationship and company of others who are working in the same method. this is often a most vital things, because we can help each other by our prayers, and all the additional therefore because it may bring us even bigger advantages.” – St. Teresa of Avila

“Let prayer arm us once we leave our homes. when we come back from the streets let us pray before we sit down, nor provide our miserable body rest till our soul is fed.” – St. Jerome

“Let us beg pardon for all our sins and regret against them, and particularly let us ask for help against all those passions and vices toward which we incline the foremostand are most tempted, showing all our wounds to the heavenly doctor, that he might heal and cure them with the unction of his grace.” – St. Peter or Alcantara

“Frequent prayer commends us to God.” – St. Ambrose


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