Of course God will still hear your prayers! He knows all about your limitations, and He doesn’t turn His back on you just because you can’t pray the way you once did.
After all, the important thing when we pray isn’t our outward physical arrangement but our inner spiritual attitude — the attitude of our hearts and minds. This doesn’t mean our physical stance isn’t important when we pray; kneeling, for example, reminds us of God’s holiness and our need for His grace and forgiveness. The Bible also gives examples of people who stood as they prayed.
But even more important is the sincerity of our faith in Christ. Do you remember Jesus’ story of the two men who went into the temple to pray? (You can read it in Luke 18:10-14.) One man was filled with pride and thanked God he wasn’t a sinner like everyone else — but the other man knew he was a sinner and humbly asked God for forgiveness. Both men were supposedly praying — but God heard only the second man’s prayer, because his heart was right.
Make Jesus Christ the focus of your prayers — thanking Him for dying on the cross for you and praying for you even now in heaven. And make Him the focus of your daily life, because He has promised to be with you to the end of your days — and into eternity. God’s promise is true: “He is able to save completely those who come to God through him, because he always lives to intercede for them” (Hebrews 7:25).