When we first enter a walk with God it is natural that we don’t know what prayer is much less how to pray. Preachers give their best sermons on the subject of prayer. Authors write books about their experiences and sell it as the true way to pray. We read the scriptures to see what they have to say about the subject. And in the end, when we put the books and sermons on the shelf, we come to the place of making prayer a very personal and deliberate journey to our own communion with God and that can’t be taught by anyone.
While universal law has a lot to do with what many call prayer, there is a place within the heart of God that gives us our greatest joy; the place where the divinity within us communes with the divine of all creation. When pure honesty is exchanged from our heart to his, a powerful essence fills our being and we can sense the presence of the most-high. There is nothing like it, has never been, nor ever will be outside of this secret and personal place. It is transformational.