In the Talmud, God prays only once.
“What does God pray?” It asks.
Rabbi Zutra ben Tobi gives the answer. He taught that when God prays, he says:
“May it be My will that My mercy may suppress My anger, and that My mercy may prevail over My [other] attributes, so that I may deal with My children in the attribute of mercy and, on their behalf, stop short of the limit of strict justice.” (Berakhot 7a)