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3.1 Zašto bih se trebao moliti i kako da to činim?

Osobna molitva

Molitva je razgovor s Bogom (ne samo Njemu). Kad molite, uzmite si vremena da upoznate Boga i izgradite odnos s Njim. Ovo je važno za svakog kršćanina. Isus je rekao svojim učenicima da se često mole (Lk 22,46)Lk 22,46:Pa im reče: “Što spavate? Ustanite! Molite da ne padnete u napast!”. Ipak molitva nije uvijek laka: kako započeti i što možete reći?

Najvažnije je shvatiti da je Bog uvijek s vama, čak i sada dok surfaš internetom... Ništa te ne sprečava da u ovom trenutku zatvoriš oči i kažeš Bogu što ti je u srcu. Zatraži pomoć, reci mu što ti je teško i zahvali mu se na onome što si dobio/la. To je molitva!

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Bog od tebe traži da se moliš. On te čeka! Tvoj odnos s Bogom donijet će ti pravu i trajnu radost. Možeš ga pitati i reći mu sve.

The Wisdom of the Church

What is prayer?

Prayer is turning the heart toward God. When a person prays, he enters into a living relationship with God.

Prayer is the great gate leading into faith. Someone who prays no longer lives on his own, for himself, and by his own strength. He knows there is a God to whom he can talk. People who pray entrust themselves more and more to God. Even now they seek union with the one whom they will encounter one day face to face. Therefore, the effort to pray daily is part of Christian life. Of course, one cannot learn to pray in the same way one learns a technique. As strange as it sounds, prayer is a gift one obtains through prayer. [Youcat 469]

This is what the Popes say

Amid our ordinary human occupations we cannot lose contact with Christ. We need special moments set apart exclusively for prayer. Prayer is indispensable, both in personal life and in the apostolate. There can be no authentic Christian witness unless we have first been strengthened by prayer. Prayer is the source of inspiration, energy and courage in the face of difficulties and obstacles: it is the source of perseverance and of the ability to take initiatives with renewed strength. [Pope John Paul II, Homily in Gorzov, 2 June 1997]