Saturday, 16 August 2014

The most effective method to Pray?Jesus is God, so we can pray to God the son, and God the Father.

It is safe to say that it is best to pray standing up, taking a seat, stooping, or bowing down? Should our hands be open, shut, or lifted up to God? Do our eyes need to be shut when we pray? Is it true that it is better to ask in a church hall or out in nature? Should we pray in the morning when we arise or during the evening before we go to bunk? Are there sure words we have to say in our pray to God? How would we start our requests to God? What is the best possible approach to close a petition to God? These inquiries, and others, are normal inquiries got some information about request to God.

Along these lines, what is the best possible approach to pray ? Philippians 4:6-7 lets us know to beg without being on edge, to ask about everything, and to pray with appreciative hearts. God will answer all such requests to God with the present of His peace in our souls. The correct approach to pray is to pour out our souls to God, being fair and open with God, as He knows us better than we know ourselves. We are to present our pray to God, remembering that God knows what is best and won't allow an ask for that is not His will for us. We are to express our love, appreciation, and worship to God in prayer without stressing over having simply the right words to say.

When we prayer , we're speaking with a real person. We're conversing with Someone who hears and understands us. God feels the pleasure, the fervor, the distress or the ache we have at that minute. What's more He knows there are times when we won't comprehend what to say. That is OK. We're allowed to simply rest in Him, to pray without words.
 Somebody once said, "Prayer is as necessary for spiritual life as breath is for physical life." It's impossible to be an authentic Christian and not be a praying Christian. Within any successful relationship there needs to be communication. Imagine having special friends and deciding not to speak to them - the friendship and the relationship would go wrong . Why would we want to have a second-rate relationship with God?