“Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the one who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference.” – Max Lucado
Paul, in one of his epistles encouraged the believers to pray without ceasing.  How does one do this? Does this mean that we confine ourselves to our prayer closets? Are we expected to kneel in prayer all the time?
To pray without ceasing has several applications for us. First is its most obvious meaning; to pray repeatedly and as often as we can. It encourages us to be conscious of our need to be dependent on God. We constantly connect with Him on the daily affairs of our lives. Another application of this is to keep connected with God based on needs alone but also on fellowship, on union, with Christ. To keep praying is to constantly engage God in us. This helps us focus on God and see things the way He sees them. This is to make an effort to be ready to hear what God has to say. 
Prayers are powerful not because of who we are but because of the One who hears our prayers. He is our Father whose love knows no limits. Keep praying! 

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