About Prayer

A Christian without condemnation of heart has a right to thank God and be in adoration and in prayer unto the Lord always – Zechariah 12:10. His soul thirsts for God – Psalm 42:2. The Holy Spirit helps his infirmities in prayer – Romans 8:26. We must pray only by the Name of JESUS – John 16:23; I Timothy 2:25. Without faith our prayer shall be powerless before God – James 1:6-8; Hebrews 11:6. Those who are unable to pray annoy God – Isaiah 42:22; Isaiah 64:6-7. Much trouble and danger are encountered in the absence of prayer – Zephaniah 1:4; Daniel 9:13-14; Hosea 8:13-14.

We are commanded to pray and not to faint and to pray without ceasing – Colossians 4:2; I Thessalonians 5:17; I Corinthians 7:5; Luke 18:1.

The Apostles put prayer first in their lives and they spent much time in prayer – Acts 6:4; Romans 6:4; Romans 1:9; Colossians. 1:9. It is God’s plan and order that we should pray to receive all the goods He has promised in His treasure for us – James 4:2; Daniel 9:3; Matthew 7:7-11; Matthew 9:24-29; Luke 11:13.