Should we address prayer to the Holy Spirit? The Lord Jesus did not pray to Himself, the Son. He only prayed to the Father. That only makes sense. Sometimes people in the new testament prayed to the Lord Jesus. The Holy Spirit gives us illumination, words and power to pray. Should we ask the Holy Spirit for what the Holy Spirit does? The Holy Spirit is equal with God the Father and Son as part of God? When we pray, should we address any of our words to the Holy Spirit? Wayne Grudem, in his book Systematic Theology, on the chapter on prayer says it does not "seem" wrong to pray to the Holy Spirit, although our primary prayers should be to the Father, or the Son. Nothing forbids us directly from praying to the Holy Spirit. Chafer says in his book Stematic Theology on the section on prayer, that we should pray TO the Father, through the name of the Mediator, the Son, in the Power of the Holy Spirit. Chafer says we should not address prayer to the Holy Spirit, because that is not the model to follow. What do others think? What about worshiping the Holy Spirit? Should we worship the Holy Spirit, or does the Holy Spirit exist to glorify the Father and/or the Son, and thus should not be worshiped?