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Last Updated on November 30th, 2021 at 04:11 pm

1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 KJV 16 Rejoice evermore. 17 Pray without ceasing. 18 In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.

This is a place for sharing your doubts and struggles. This is a place where you can ask for prayer or leave a prayer. Remember the prayer of a righteous person avails much! Talking to your heavenly Father should be your first thought.

James 5:13 Is anyone among you suffering? Then he must pray. Is anyone cheerful? He is to sing praises.

James 5:16 Therefore, confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another so that you may be healed. The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much.

What is Prayer?

The most basic definition of prayer is “talking to God.” Prayer is not meditation or passive reflection; it is direct address to God. It is the communication of the human soul with the Lord who created the soul. Prayer is the primary way for the believer in Jesus Christ to communicate his emotions and desires with God and to fellowship with God.

Prayer can be audible or silent, private or public, formal or informal. All prayer must be offered in faith (James 1:6), in the name of the Lord Jesus (John 16:23), and in the power of the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:26). As the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia puts it, “Christian prayer in its full New Testament meaning is prayer addressed to God as Father, in the name of Christ as Mediator, and through the enabling grace of the indwelling Spirit” (“Prayer” by J. C. Lambert). The wicked have no desire to pray (Psalm 10:4), but the children of God have a natural desire to pray (Luke 11:1).

Prayer is described in the Bible as seeking God’s favor (Exodus 32:11), pouring out one’s soul to the Lord (1 Samuel 1:15), crying out to heaven (2 Chronicles 32:20), drawing near to God (Psalm 73:28, KJV), and kneeling before the Father (Ephesians 3:14)… more by GotQuestions

What is Fasting?

The New Testament nowhere commands followers of Jesus Christ to fast. In fact, even in the Old Testament, the Jews were only commanded to fast on one day out of the year, the Day of Atonement (Leviticus 23:27, 29, 32). Any religious leader who commands a fast or restricts certain foods is doing so without biblical warrant. However, Jesus sometimes fasted (Matthew 4:2), and He assumed that His followers would also fast on occasion (Matthew 6:16–18; Mark 2:20). So, if fasting is something that Christians do, what is the proper way to fast? What does the Bible say about how to fast?.. by Got Questions

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3 thoughts on “Pray without ceasing! Share your prayers or read Our prayers”

  1. Dear God My Savior and Lord. I am grateful for your mercy and grace in my life, past, present and future. You have done more for me than I could ever do for myself. Thank you for putting up with me. Sometimes I am just not what I should be. But thank you for knowing there is not perfect on this earth. Thank you for health and the strength that you give me each day. I pray and ask Lord to let me always have enough to help someone else. Let my cup overflow with love and kindness. Be a fence around me and my family and friends. Give the bereaved families comfort. Lord remove covid 19. Keep us safe from it. Send the holy spirit to guide and direct or paths. protect us from all hurt and danger. In Jesus Name. Amen.

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