[The Importance of Prayer is our Relationship with God!]
Praying to our Heavenly Father, in the Name of Jesus Christ, using God’s Holy Word (scripture) in prayer is the most powerful thing we can do for ourselves and others. The heart of prayer is the Will of our Heavenly Father. Part of that Will is simply coming to Him. He desires us, as His dear children to know Him. He desires your love, your attention, your fellowship (more than just being related to Him through Jesus), He also desires a time of communion, an intimate time of personal exchange and involvement, and finally a release of His Will and manifest Presence in the earth through prayer. As you pray for your needs and the needs of others, you are actually becoming a prayer warrior, an intercessor, just as Jesus was and is today for each of us. Jesus is constantly interceding for us to our Heavenly Father. It is written that Jesus was sent to destroy the works of the devil, 1 John 3:8. We are to do the same. We have been given to us the power and authority through Jesus Christ. All we have to do is live in the promise of the Word of God and to use His precious Name. The most powerful weapons we have are the Name of Jesus Christ and God’s Holy Word against, satan and his foul wicked demons. No power of darkness can stand against the Word of God in the Name of Jesus Christ, and through the Blood of Jesus Christ. The importance of confessing our sins and worshipping God, according to the Word of God: “If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear me.”
Psalms 66:18. “We know that God does not listen to sinners: but if anyone is God-fearing and a worshipper of Him and does His will, He listens to him.” John 9:31. Prayerlessness is a sin according to 1 Sam. 12:23. In James 5 we are told to pray for one another! If you haven’t been or not as much as you think you could don’t beat yourself up over it. There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus! Start your prayer life now! Ask, Seek, Knock, talk to the Lord “As You Go!” After that, trust God!