Is this sentence correct?

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What I'm trying to say here is that no matter where we are, we can still pray to God.

Should I write, "We can pray to God from wherever we are."

Is this sentence correct?
 

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What I'm trying to say here is that no matter where we are, we can still pray to God.

Should I write, "We can pray to God from wherever we are."

Is this sentence correct?

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Yes, it sounds okay to me.

But I guess we could eliminate "to God" from this sentence considering the fact that the prayers are always said to God.

Suggested: We can pray from wherever we are.

I pray everyday.

I say my prayers everyday.

I pray for my mother. (you can pray for someone but you say your prayers only to God {as far as I know})
 
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