The Pattern of Prayer …. Do You have One?

 

The family that Prays together Stays together
The family that Prays together Stays together

Prayer is the simplest language that an infant lip can try but at the same time it (can) exhaust the human vocabulary.
Prayer can be articulate or very dramatic. You could groan inwardly yet you can be considered at prayer. It is interesting to note that with gesture, countenance, motioning, touch and look, you can still audibly communicate with the living God. God understands the language of our body, the echo of our feeling and the seriousness of our pains. You can communicate with God in the way you have dreamt of Him not far from you. You need a deeper intimacy with Him for you to enjoy His presence better.
The simplicity of prayer makes prayer look complex. Prayer though becomes difficult when you cannot see through. Right approach to prayer will give you wonderful procession (entrance) into God’s presence. Understanding of (basic) fundamental principles of prayer will assist you to tune to the right prayer frequently. Agitation and dedication in prayer without the right information and inspiration will only result in frustration.
The disciples were frustrated several times when they experienced spiritual blackout in their prayers. They then saw a need for prayer and they came to Jesus in desperation and asked him to teach them how to pray Luke 11:1-4

There is no better prayer than that. Say it with conviction & apply it to you daily life.

And May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and the Love of God & The Sweet fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us now & ever more Amen. Though anoint my head with oil my cup runneth over, surely goodness and sweet loving kindness Will follow me all the days of my life and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever and ever Amen.

Be Blessed always as you pray.

Samuel Sarpong (Rev)

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