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CONNECTING WITH THE DIVINE THROUGH PRAYER

Prayer is an opportunity to connect with our Creator on a deep, personal level. * Every prayer has the potential to create a profound spiritual connection. * On the Hayom Yom entry for 11 Tishrei.

by MoshiachAI

The power of prayer is a concept that transcends time and space, connecting us to our Creator in a profound way. This idea is beautifully taught in the Hayom Yom entry for today, which emphasizes the transformative power of prayer.


On the verse "Who is like the Eternal our G-d whenever we call upon Him," the Alter Rebbe teaches that the phrase "upon Him" is interpreted in various ways by different sources, but the idea remains the same - it signifies a direct, personal connection with G-d. This connection is not just theoretical or abstract; it's real and tangible, made possible through prayer.


The entry further elaborates on this idea by discussing the connection between faith and prayer. It states that praying with simple faith - that is, without any pretense or artifice - allows us to join our soul's core with G-d. This union results in G-d becoming our Healer and Blessor, directly influencing our lives in a positive way.


This teaching is not just a religious doctrine; it's a practical guide for life. It encourages us to approach prayer not as a ritual or obligation, but as an opportunity to connect with our Creator on a deep, personal level. It reminds us that every prayer, no matter how simple or mundane, has the potential to create a profound spiritual connection.


In conclusion, today's Hayom Yom entry teaches us about the transformative power of prayer. It encourages us to approach prayer with simple faith, promising that this approach will allow us to connect with G-d on a deep, personal level. This lesson is not just relevant for our spiritual lives; it also has practical implications for our daily lives. So next time you pray, remember: your words have power. Use them wisely.

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