I pray all day, I stay in fellowship with my Lord all day..
Not so much these days as I'm not fully convinced that He listens to me based on the evidence of life circumstances. To say that He does is a faith statement only.
I pray before I sleep, At least, it makes me feel better. Also, I always believe that when we are having problem, a little prayer to god will make me be more calm.
I talk to God very often during the day without specifically going into a quiet place. But I also set time mostly in my bedroom to pray before I begin each day. Actually, I talk to him in the shower, kitchen, class, in the train etc. It's just amazing how God is accessible to us.
Disappearinghead- i know how you feel. it's like God doesn't care at all. But you know what? God allows problems or circumstances to occur in order to nurture our faith in Him, and He permits these things to mold us to a better person. He surely cares for you, I know He does...Just pray without ceasing ( 1 Thessalonians 5:17)...I can attest to the power of prayer because I have been praying throughout my life and He did not fail me...Just believe and you will receive what you ask of Him.
Enough to make sure that I am constantly aware of His presence in my life. Sometimes, I plan it and make it deliberate. Other times, I just find myself having the urge to pray, and those are the most fulfilling moments.
I pray in the shower, when I wake up, and when I go to sleep!, Sometimes when I'm just sitting around, or driving down the road.
We Jewish people are constantly reminded of God’s presence and of our relationship with God, because we are continually praying to Him. Our first thought in the morning, even before we get out of bed, is a prayer thanking God for returning our souls to us. There are prayers to be recited before enjoying any material pleasure, such as eating or wearing new clothes; prayers to recite before performing any mitzvah (commandment), such as washing hands or lighting candles; prayers to recite upon seeing anything unusual, such as a king, a rainbow, or the site of a great tragedy; prayers to recite whenever some good or bad thing happens; and prayers to recite before going to bed at night. All of these prayers are in addition to formal prayer services, which are performed three times a day every weekday and additional times on shabbat and festivals.
I pray every moment God put something on my heart to pray for.I pray any and everywhere.Pray is what keeps me going.Pray is the so powerful it can change everything around you at a moment from being sad and joyful.
EVERYDAY in Jesus name.
Please check out my hubs on prayer if you like.
by ngureco 12 months ago
How To Pray A Powerful Prayer That Opens Closed Doors?
by thirdmillenium 7 years ago
If you are a liara womanizergiven to coveting others' thingsa cheata gluttongiven to angersloth money-mindedjealousan ingrateneglecting to help where you can helphaving roving eyesIs there anyone who is not one of these? Honestly?Now you know why God does not answer your prayers, in fact ...
by Daniel Kohout 2 years ago
How much does prayer change the future truly?Consider God's omnipotence and why prayer is a necessity. In choosing to pray- do you really effect a future outcome? If you choose not to pray does this also effect what happens?
by Baileybear 8 years ago
eg the the people that didn't get healed when you prayed for them? Not enough faith? Hidden sin? God doesn't care? Answered prayers are really just luck anyway?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
How much time do you spend in prayers everyday?
by DARRYL WILLIAM CRAWFORD 7 years ago
The question really is how do you approach your prayer with the creator of the universe? I pray first by thanking God for what HE has done, to help to guide me to do HIS perfect will for my life. I plead the Blood of Jesus over things and ask for help in areas I'm kinda weak in and protection,...
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