Why do we say "Amen" at the end of a prayer and what this word means! Not many know this detail!
Many believers in monotheistic religions, not just Christians, but also Jews and Muslims say "Amen," sometimes at the beginning of a prayer, often at the end of it.
Some speak mechanically as part of the misunderstanding prayer. "Amin" ends the utterance of the cross, "In the name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, Amen."
Why Amen? This word that comes from the ancient Hebrew is said to solemnly express a homologation or understanding. It is derived from the Hebrew āmēn which means "true," "certainly," "no doubt."
"Amen" is found both in the Old Testament and in the New Testament. Today Christians, Jews and Islam all use the version of this word, and they say "it is" or "so be it." It is a commitment to the Lord, but also an expression of the belief that everything you said in prayer will be fulfilled!