by Got Questions

Jesus strongly warned us against mantra-like chanting: 'When you are praying, do not use meaningless repetition as the Gentiles do'

by Sarah Cunningham
May 9, 2017

It is critical to pray that believers in trying circumstances are able to see, like Paul, that their hardship helps them rely on a God who is far more powerful than them.

by Carrie Lowrance
April 20, 2020

Everyone prays in their own different way and still, our loving God hears every one. Sometimes an answer comes right away and sometimes we have to wait. However, there are some things we can pray for that God will always answer.

by Forgotten Word Ministries

Quite simply, for followers of Jesus Christ prayer is the best way to communicate with God. Prayer is the vehicle for daily dialog with the One who created us. The importance of daily communication through prayer cannot be overestimated.

by Pat Robertson

Prayer is communion with God. It is the closest, most intimate relationship with the Creator you can have.

by David Wilkerson

We praise a Christ to whom we will not pray! We have become a praising people, but not a praying people. For many of God's people the prayer closet is a relic of the past. "Why ask God for what He has already promised? Just get hold of the promises and simply command deliverances!

by Gary
April 26, 2017

On April 22nd, more than one million South Africans of all races gathered for an unprecedented day of prayer for their nation.  It was the largest prayer gathering in the history of the country and perhaps the largest ever on the African sub-continent.

by Andre Viljoen 
April 26, 2017

Pretoria business, political and church leaders packed the City of Tshwane council chamber on Monday night at a lively prayer session that formed part of the Africa Leadership Summit which links African Christian leaders from different sectors of society with Israel.

by Brother Andrew

As followers of Christ, we must take a bold step: we must shed the ‘enemy image’ we have of those who persecute us. Because the moment we have an enemy image of anyone, God's love can no longer work through us to reach them! We must pray for and even love those who hate us. — Brother Andrew

by Vaneetha Rendall Risner
March 25, 2016

In the midst of broken dreams and riveting pain, how should we pray? Should we pray for healing and deliverance, believing that we just need to ask, because God can do anything? Or should we relinquish our desires to God, trusting that even in our anguish he has the perfect plan for us?

by Vaneetha Rendall Risner
May 5, 2016

It’s hardest to wait when I am uncertain about the outcome. When I’m trusting God for the best, while at the same time preparing for the worst. It would be much easier if I had a guaranteed good outcome. Or at least a promise from God to hold on to.

by Jason Helopoulos
May 16, 2016

Persistent prayer proves hard for many Christians. We may labor on our knees for years as we pray for our unbelieving child, an empty womb, our spouse to be converted, the friend battling cancer, depression to no longer have a hold, a sin to lose its grip, or the gift of just one good friend.

by T.A McMahon
January 1, 2016

First and foremost, prayer is a believer’s personal communication with God. In nearly all religions and belief systems, prayer is usually memorized and ritualistic, lacking any personal interactive qualities. Biblical Christianity is the exception because a true Christian, one who is born again by the Spirit of God, begins his or her life in Christ in a very personal way: with a personal, intimate relationship with Jesus.

by Following Jesus Christ
January 29, 2015

As I read the word slowly and with great deliberation, I find that prayer, as taught by Jesus Christ and the Apostles, bears little resemblance to the “name it and claim it” prayers being widely taught today. With great frequency I hear self-proclaimed evangelists and teachers instructing the body to sow their financial seed to God and then to tell God, in no uncertain terms, exactly what material “blessings” they want in return from Him.

by Matt Lillicrap

When you pick up an article or book, or hear a talk addressing prayer, what's your usual reaction? Many of us soon feel guilty. Guilty that we don't pray as much as we should or as widely as we should. Guilty that we simply don't pray. Why don't I pray? What's the problem here? Where is my view of prayer going wrong? What is it about my view of God, or of myself as I pray that needs adjusting?

by Matt Slick

Prayer is the practice of the presence of God.  It is the place where pride is abandoned, hope is lifted, and supplication is made.   Prayer is the privilege of place where we touch the heart of the Father through the Son of God, Jesus our Lord.

by Matt Slick

Prayer is essential in the Christian's life.  Without it your witness will be far less effective and you will be far more vulnerable to the enemy.  When you witness, you need the blessing and support of the Lord.