I do because the Bible tells us to pray continuously. It allows us to speak to God and to request His guidance in such a way as to please Him. He wants us to communicate with Him. Why would we not want to pray?
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“The yearning to know what cannot be known, to comprehend the incomprehensible, to touch and taste the unapproachable, arises from the image of God in the nature of man. Deep calleth unto deep, and though polluted and landlocked by the mighty disaster theologians call the Fall, the soul senses its origin and longs to return to its source.” —A. W. Tozer
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All Christians pray in Jesus’s name, and only in Jesus’ name, in that we approach God under the authority of Jesus and, if you will, by his permission and because of his effort on our behalf. We come before God’s throne of grace, not in our own merit, but in the merit of Jesus.
And, if you say, I don't know how to pray...you're missing the fact that it is talking to Him. He knows our heart. He understands. He loves us so much that He just wants us to pray in our own way and He gets it.
Yes in the manner instructed by Jesus which is found in Mathew 6:5-8.
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Yes, but still not as much as I should. And too often it's "help me" "give me" "let me" or "do this or that". I want to see the hand of God working, but don't spend as much time wanting to know Him, or trying to find out how to do my part.
I'll pray for you questioner...
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Pray regularly? Define regularly? hehe, I chew the big guy's ear off every chance I get...is that regularly! He already knows, I am a handful and have him on mind speed dial! AAAAAAAAAAAMEN!
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