Prayer doesn’t need to be a ritual or a habit. Prayer should change us, silence us, and be the pursuit of a continual communication with the Lord. Pray to God not just in times of trouble, but as a continual journey.
James 4:3 says that “You ask and do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, so that you may spend it on your pleasures.” Approach the Lord with confidence to receive mercy, grace and forgiveness, and pray for help. He desires us to come to him, daily.
Make time to pray alone. This means unplug from any media, technology, and away from others. Be honest with God. You won’t be able to hide it anyway, so be real during prayer. It is a two-way relationship, and Jesus is always interceding on our behalf.
Dear Father, We thank you for these words, we come to you today with our heart full of expectations, let our fellowship with you renew our mind and let your will be accomplished in our lives in Jesus name!