In ancient religions, people appeased the gods or made requests with sacrifices. Like most of the people practicing other religions around them, the early Jews made sacrifices. Over time there was a change to prayer and good deeds. (There are still some kinds of ritual sacrifice, such as fasting.)

Prayer takes many forms:

  • talking to G-d
  • reciting ritual words
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