Where Do We Direct Our Prayers?

Everyone would agree that God is everywhere. Some would even say that the world is God’s body, which of course includes us. If this is true, we are part of God? But where do we direct our prayers? What are the conduits to God? Many religions have a holy place where people direct their prayers. Some pray to a symbol, like the crucifix in the Christian churches. In the oriental religions, the shrines are where the prayers are directed. But does God reside in these shrines, symbols or holy sites to answer our prayers?

In the heaven’s truth religion, the genesis of human beings began in the oceans, where God selected the first parents of mankind from the creatures of the sea. In them he put the traits of other creatures in the ocean. And from the heavens, the pure mind of God was placed in the first parents. God then brought these two original parents together and began the creation of human beings. The site of this genesis is where God tells us to direct our prayer.

God tells us, that if we are sincere, with our minds pure as the first parents, any prayer will be answered. The pure mind without greed, arrogance, and self-love is a difficult mind to attain; especially it is difficult to attain in this modern world. This is why God does not accept most of our prayers; because it does not match with the original pure mind of the original parents of mankind.

Most people believe that God is everywhere, and any sincere prayer would be effective. But if you want to increase your chances, you may try to pray toward the original mind’s pillar (Kanrodai), where mankind was created. The coordinates are 34 latitude, 135 longitudes. Give it a try; what do you have to lose.

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About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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