Prayer is communicating with God

Prayer is communicating with God

What is Prayer? One of the key things we need to discover right in the beginning is what prayer is. Look at the following statements and mark the one that comes the closest to the meaning of prayer for you.

 - Prayer is bowing your head and closing your eyes and saying important sounding words to God - Prayer is asking God for help - Prayer is our attempt as humans to contact the supernatural - Prayer is communicating with God - Prayer is something you do before meals and bedtime - Prayer is telling God 

what the scriptures say about prayer What does Hebrews 4:16 say about prayer? Hebrews 4:16 “Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need. The “throne if grace” refers to coming before God in prayer. 

We should go to God with confidence. Through prayer we will find mercy and grace to meet our deepest need. Prayer in its simplest form is talking with God. Some of the other ideas above may have elements of truth, but prayer is basically communicating with Him. God wants us to approach His throne with our needs. He is a King that is very personal. 

He wants to respond to us! Therefore anyone can pray! There will be growth as you will discover in Book 2 of confident Christianity, but the truth of the matter is that all Christians have an open door to God through prayer.
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