It is plain and simple, yet so powerful. It is communicating with God, in Jesus name, and the help of the Holy Spirit.
However, we first must have placed our faith and trust in Jesus and then prayed according to God’s commands.
We must abide in Christ and His Word, John 15:7. God’s Word is God speaking to us and in prayer we are speaking to Him.
A faithful prayer life is built on a foundation of a growing faith and an active worship and praise time that places God on the throne of your heart.
Also, we must never forget to have a thankful heart full of love as we come to the throne of grace with our request.
A praying person receives many positive side effects from being a prayer warrior. It changes our attitude, gives us an inner peace and joy, and spiritual discernment and understanding.
The best gift we can give to another person is our time in prayer for them. When we do this, we are putting aside our time for a moment of service for them.
Our prayers do make a difference in our lives as well as the people we are praying for.
A prayer not prayed is a prayer not answered. No prayer is too small or too large to pray about.
“When I pray, you answer me, and encourage me by giving me the strength I need” (Psalm 138:3 LB).