Reflection On Prayer

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Thirdly, according to vs 42 the new converts also spent time in prayer (And they continued steadfastly in the apostles ' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers). Prayer is communicating with God- we talking to God and pausing to hear from Him. The Bible in 1 Thes 5:17 tell us to pray without ceasing. Lk 18: 1 tells us that that man ought always to pray, and not to faint. It’s through pray that we are strengthened, that we get closer to God, get that desire intimacy, and hear his heartbeat. Jesus, took time out to pray ( examples Mk 1:35 And in the morning, rising up a great while before day, he went out, and departed into a solitary place, and there prayed, Matt 14: 23 And when he had sent the multitudes away, he…show more content…
So too if we don’t prayer we become weak and risk spiritual death. Also I have observed that when we are charging the phone it has to be close to the power supply. I am yet to see a very long charging cable. Saints, prayer keeps us close to God. However, it is worth noting that a charged phone can be removed from the power source and be operational. However, it’s only for a limited time after which it must be recharged. Similarly, when we pray we are equipped/strengthened to face our day. Realistically, we have things to do so we can’t constantly be at one place in prayer. Like the phone as we face life journey we lose charge and will need to return to the source to recharge. Failure to do so can result in spiritual death if we don’t adhere to the signals (eg holy spirit, friend, pastor etc) that let us know our charge is getting low or even critical. Can you also imagine how quickly we will run down with all the battles that go on in our lives? Prayer is important to the Christian. A lot of us charge our phone couple times a day, we don’t want to lose charge because we have some much to do with this phone. God wants to do a lot with us. He needs us to do His work here on earth. Hence, we should pray, be constantly

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