We read the words Jesus said when addressing prayer, "...and when you pray." It's a basic response for people everywhere to respond in prayer when tragedy hits. So it's not a matter of if we pray but to whom we pray. That's what Jesus wants us to understand. People have different ideas of who "God" is. But through the Gospel we have a complete understanding of to whom we pray and now we can cry out "Abba, Father". * Ralph wants to know how he can pray more effectively for his wife. * Nidia asks: Can you explain the Sabbath to me? and What is the difference between Saturday and Sunday for worshiping?