How do you pray?
When I am in prayer, I imagine being before the Father in His throne room. I try to imagine His magnificent glory. I picture myself kneeling at the foot of the throne with Christ as the intercessor (I think of a translator) having a conversation.
Today, I was thinking – if I am before the Father, the most omnipotent, omnipresent, Omni powerful, amazing, indescribable, and uncontainable God and Creator of all things, why should I say anything. Would I be able to say anything? Or would I just lay there prostrate until He says, “Do not fear my son, I Am your God, your maker – come, let’s chat about this world and yours.”
The whole concept of heaven and the Creator is just amazing – and when I think about the veil being torn and the direct access He provides to me, I’m overwhelmed by His goodness, grace and glory. So why do I come to Him with my minor issues of insignificance, my self-centered thought? Because He says, “Come to me and I will listen.”
Remember the old hymn, In the Garden? It goes like this, ‘He walks with me and He talks with me, and He tells me I am his own; And the joy we share as we tarry there, None other has ever known.” While some of you might be too young to remember, it is true for those who are with Christ. He walks with us, and He talks with us. Thank you Lord for Your grace and mercy. Go to our prayer page and submit your prayer request, we are ready to walk with you. www.fcci.org