Christians believe that prayer is genuinely real.
Christians believe that prayer is as real as a city street or a sunset, and a belief in prayer can be connected to credible historical accounts and the reasoning of great thinkers.
As more people talk about prayer again, some will ask if prayer is superstitious or similar to what is make-believe. However, prayer is not an unjustifiable practice. Christians believe that prayer is as real as a city street or a sunset, and a belief in prayer can be connected to credible historical accounts and the reasoning of great thinkers.
Believing in prayer has to do with a belief in a higher power, and many great thinkers have reasoned that there is a higher power. Jesus taught people that the real power of God was accessible through prayer. It isn't unreasonable to believe someone who demonstrated before crowds of people that God's power was real.
A belief in prayer is meant to stem from a love and belief in God that is not just based on logic or evidence, but a love and belief in God still connects to reason, and it is worth mentioning this so that people do not think that love for God and faith are without any kind of reason. The life of Jesus, what Jesus said about prayer, and the logical arguments in favor of the existence of a higher power speak to both the heart and mind. Prayer is not just an unfounded idea.