Prayer Is a Conversation

By   •   June 30   •   Topics:

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Prayer is a two-way conversation; it is our talking to God, and His talking to us. As a Christian, you have a heavenly Father who hears and answers prayer. Jesus said, “All things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.” Every man or woman whose life has counted for the church and the Kingdom of God has been a person of prayer. You cannot afford to be too busy to pray. A prayerless Christian is a powerless Christian. Jesus Christ spent many hours in prayer. Sometimes He spent the night on a mountaintop in solitary communion with God the Father. If He felt that He had to pray, how much more do we need to pray!

Wondering how to pray? Or why God isn’t answering? Read Prayer 101.

Prayer for the day

There is inexpressible joy as I come to You in prayer, my heavenly Father.

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  1. Battula Rajkumar says:

    Thank you, Jesus.

  2. Connie says:

    Thanks to God we can always go to Him in prayer. He is always there to hear us.

  3. Beverly Reeder says:

    I love the ministry that you do.

  4. Erin says:

    Thank you God for everything. Help us to save our home, money, bills, food on the table. Heal Kevin, Riley and Mom. Give us favor at work, home, school, and in sports, health and good friends. Help with money God. Give favor to Ashley at her game tonight and Riley tomorrow. Amen.

  5. Grace says:

    I am a prayer warrior and live my life for Jesus Christ!

  6. Gerry says:

    What a great privilege it is to know that I can speak directly to God. I may not audibly hear his response, but I can clearly see his answers unfold. God loves to please his children as long as the prayer request lines up with his Holy will and plan for your life. He absolutely knows what is best for you in every situation, even if His answer is not what you hoped for. He sees the beginning and the end.

  7. Joyce Paul says:

    God doesn’t always change our circumstances, but He will change us! Praise the Lord! Amen.