It’s a simple question, but it can be tough to answer.
It’s no secret: you can learn how to pray!
In the broadest sense, to pray is to make a request in a humble manner.
Too many people think they have good reasons why they cannot have a better prayer life.
Don’t believe them! Prayer is a way for us Christians to maintain a proper relationship with God. Especially, prayers in the morning and at night are indispensable.
Because it’s a conversation, individual prayer isn’t memorized or repetitive. And whether you pray out loud while kneeling or pray silently in your heart, God hears your prayer. Here is some guidance about the basics of prayer.
Take the time to pray. No matter how you pray or whom you pray to, it can be difficult to find time for prayer during busy times.
Find a good spot to pray. You will find that you can pray anytime, anywhere, anyhow.
Understand that prayer does not have to involve crafted, reflective silence. It can be virtually anything.
Make the request, ask the question, or just make your voice heard.
He won’t give you a stone. He won’t give you a serpent. He loves you. He knows what’s best for you. And he’s listening. Don’t be afraid to ask, again.
“Lord, teach us to pray,” Jesus’s disciples asked. This simple prayer, which Jesus taught his disciples, can also show us how to talk with God in prayer.
“‘Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.’”
You can pray to Him at any time, in any place, about anything. Praying is easy, but like any relationship, it takes a bit of time and a bit of effort.
If you need prayer for anything, we want you to know that God is near to you.
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