Meaningful prayer requires both holy communication and consecrated work.
Prayer is a supernal gift of our Father in Heaven to every soul.
One human resource officer assigned to handle petty grievances concluded an unusually hectic day by placing facetiously a little sign on his desk for those with unsolved problems. It read, “Have you tried prayer?” What he may not have realized was that this simple counsel would solve more problems, alleviate more suffering, prevent more transgression, and bring about greater peace and contentment in the human soul than could be obtained in any other way.
Each of us has problems that we cannot solve and weaknesses that we cannot conquer without reaching out through prayer to a higher source of strength.
Our prayers follow patterns and teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ. He taught us how to pray.
Do you feel that the time you spend in prayer enriches and uplifts your soul? Is there room for improvement?
You and your family members can help each other be strong by praying together.
You may not have heard the Lord call you by name, but He knows each one of you and He knows your name.
We should pray in accord with the will of our Heavenly Father. He wants to test us, to strengthen us, and to help us achieve our full potential.