Where am I going with this discussion?
I am not advocating that anyone should become a Buddhist. I am not advocating that anyone should become a Christian. I am not advocating that anyone should follow Abraham's teachings (or the teachings of any other LOA "guru").
I am saying that all these separate schools of thought have some striking similarities. And I do suggest that if you are a Christian, you could very possibly learn something valuable about your own Christian faith, if you were to explore other schools as well. Similarly for the Buddhists, and the Abraham fans, and whatever else.
In a sense, all are merely different maps of the same territory. Each map contains some info that the others do not. Read all maps, and you get a much better sense of the territory. Better still, step into the territory and see for yourself.
It is the same for prayer, meditation, creative visualisation, hypnosis etc. Doing one helps you to better understand the other.