Prayer is a key practice within Jehovah’s Witnesses’ worship; however, it differs from the recitation of prayer in some other Christian traditions. Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that prayer should be directed towards Jehovah (not Jesus), should take the form of a respectful conversation to a revered friend and should be spontaneous. In this way, the repetition of standard prayers, such as The Lord’s Prayer, or any prepared prayers or prayers written by others, is not encouraged. Jehovah’s Witnesses also meditate, or think upon, the Bible passages which they read in public services and private worship.

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