Three Keys to Your Prayer

You Are Praying in Agreement with God’s Heart

Think what it will mean as God hears and answers these prayers. You’re praying His heart’s desire over the lives of the lost (1 Timothy 2:4)! If you’ve prayed one prayer a day, you’ve realized it takes only a minute or two. Keep praying through these prayers, each time adding your own prayers to make them even more personal.

Consider that Prayer Is More than Asking
The main purpose of prayer is to help us know God. To do this, we have to spend time with Him, just as we must with any person if we want to know that person well. (John 17:3; 1 John 1:3)

Begin Each Day with God

Jesus taught us that it is important to have some quiet time with our Father every day. Early morning is usually the best time, before we’re caught up in busyness. If this isn’t a part of your daily life now, ask God to help you begin with just a few minutes, and He will. (Matthew 6:6; 9-13) 

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