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The prayer is up to us; the answer is up to God.

    Author: Woodrow Kroll

There cannot be an answer until there is a prayer.

    Author: Woodrow Kroll

Prayer means lovingly contemplating the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, allowing our hearts to be enkindled to praise and adore the love and omnipotence of the most blessed Trinity.

    Author: Basilea Schlink

Prayer means talking over with Jesus everything that happens from morning until night.

    Author: Basilea Schlink

Prayer means rushing to the Father as His child. It means asking and receiving, loving and thanking Him.

    Author: Basilea Schlink

Spend time in prayer today asking for God to share His vision for your life and the work He wants you to do for Him. Pray that He molds your heart into that of a willing servant.

    Author: Michael Youssef

The prayers that seek to glorify God, to honor Him, to further the work of His kingdom, to transform the hearts of nonbelievers, to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ, and to reveal His majesty--those are the prayers that are most powerful.

    Author: Michael Youssef

God wants to see prayers that are filled with genuine praise and thanksgiving for what He has done in the past. He wants our hearts to be filled with awe and gratitude for His blessings. He wants us to set up memorials in our hearts testifying to the provisions He has given us.

    Author: Michael Youssef

We are trying not so much to make God listen to us as to make ourselves listen to him; we are trying not to persuade God to do what we want, but to find out what he wants us to do. It so often happens that in prayer we are really saying, 'Thy will be changed,' when we ought to be saying, 'Thy will be done.' The first object of prayer is not so much to speak to God as to listen to him.

    Author: William Barclay

If you have never felt your soul poured out before the Lord with a consequent exhaustion, it is doubtful whether you have advanced far in the school of prayer.

    Author: Walter J. Chantry
    Source: The Shadow of the Cross - Studies in Self-Denial

Self must be denied as to time and attention for prayer. All-prayer cannot be wielded without the expenditure of time. "A minute with God" seldom lays hold of Him. Sustained prayer is necessary. Such time may only be found by snatching it from personal pursuits, however legitimate they may be.

    Author: Walter J. Chantry
    Source: The Shadow of the Cross - Studies in Self-Denial

Faith is the fountain of prayer, and prayer should be nothing else but faith exercised.

    Author: Thomas Manton

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