The fact is that God is under no obligation to respond to any man's plea. However, because Christians do not always know how to pray, the Holy Spirit prays "for the saints according to God's will" (Romans 8:26–27). Jesus told his disciples that if they prayed correctly, their petitions would be granted (see Luke 11:9–10).
It is therefore reasonable to assume that God will listen to and act on those prayers that are made in accordance with his will.
However, it is important to understand that God's will may not be what you want it to be. You may ask God for a blessing that will bring him shame and embarrassment. Or you may ask him to change something about someone else but not want him to take this person into heaven when he or she dies. In other words, your prayer must be consistent with his character if you expect to receive an answer.
God desires that all people be saved and come to love him with their whole heart. If you feel led by the Spirit to pray for someone who has sinned against you or abandoned the faith, then pray confidently even if you can't see any response immediately. Trust that God knows what he is doing even if you don't at first.
God answers prayers that are in line with His will, regardless of who is praying, why they are praying, or what the prayer is for. His responses are not always affirmative, but they are always in our best interests. Over time, we will recognize when our aspirations fit with His will. We can then rest assured that He will act on our prayers.
For example, David was a man after God's own heart, but he still had to seek God's will regarding important matters in his life. In 1 Chronicles 29:16-19, we read about one of these cases where David was unsure of how to respond to a request from one of his servants. The servant knew that King David had grown up in poverty and been educated by the king's own teachers. So the servant asked whether he should send David psalms and songs to help him lead a holy life.
The story continues that David answered the servant by saying that he was too young to be a priest. The servant replied that if he were not enough for God, then who would be? And with that, the servant went away satisfied that he had made the right decision.
Here we see that even though David wanted to pray for this servant himself, he did not do so because it was not God's will for him to do so at that time. After he grew up and became king, he often did so without mentioning the servant by name.
We can pray to God, but if we truly know God, we will pray in Jesus' name, since it is Jesus who intercedes for us. No religious or spiritual beliefs. Jesus instructed his disciples to pray to his father. When he was baptized, his father's voice could be heard. From that moment on, Jesus taught his followers to pray to his father, with him as their model.
This definition makes no reference to the request's intended recipient. As a result, a Christian can pray to anybody, for anything, as long as they do not worship (that is, commit their entire existence to) anyone other than God. What exactly is a saint? Anyone who has lived and died in Christ throughout history is considered a "saint" by the Orthodox Church. She recognizes 232 saints from all over the world.
The prayers of the saints are very powerful ones, and it is not unusual for Christians to ask them to be sent into the minds and hearts of others. For this reason, everyone is welcome to pray to be healed, delivered from sin, forgiven, helped with problems in their lives, etc. If you know that someone is waiting on prayer, then by all means, let them go ahead and ask for it!
Nowadays, many people pray through social media such as Facebook or Twitter. While these websites may seem like just fun ways to communicate with friends, they are also useful tools for spreading news about prayer meetings or events where people can come together to pray for one another's needs.
Prayer is one of the most important things in Christianity and being able to pray openly and freely is vital. So yes, a Christian can pray to anybody in the world as long as they believe in Jesus Christ and want to receive his gifts through their prayerts.