Christ Jesus "talked" with God, but he did it for the enlightenment of mankind. Before he gave that dramatic command "Lazarus, come forth," he said, "Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard me," showing clearly that he knew no verbal message was necessary in order that he might have instant communion with God.
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