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WHAT IS THE EXPLANATION FOR PRAYERS WORKING FOR PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT RELIGIONS



Are there multiple Gods fulfilling multiple prayers. Or, is there one God interceding for all prayers. Prayer seems to work for Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, and Jews. Which brings me to a hypothesis there are multiple active Gods. As an example I met a Vietnam citizen and soldier of the Vietnam war who escaped a North Vietnam prison camp in 1967 with his brothers. He prayed under the auspicious of Buddhism for freedom. Long story short through horror, tears and snares he made it finally to the US.

Who or what saw this man to safety to finally connect to his wife and the baby he never met.


His wife had escaped to Hong Kong to finally meet in the US. Who should they both thank for safe travels Buddha, Jesus, Allah or Jehovah. Can we lay the success at the altar of the God of Buddha.


Are we bold enough to say Jesus, Allah, or Jehovah interceded on their behalf when they believed in neither one. If it is looked upon as luck then the same conclusion must be drawn with a Christian, Islamic, or Jewish prayer. The statement in Deut 6:4 Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is One; may have relevance to all prayers if it doesn't, all Gods are real.


Conclusion: There are many spirits from one God whose action are falsely contributed to many Gods. Or, there are multiple Gods of many religions.