Prayer is the breath of our soul, the channel through which God’s blessings flow.  When in repentance we pray to God, He sees our struggles, He watches our conflicts, and marks our sincerity.  He has His finger upon our pulse, and He is aware of every throb.  There is no feeling that thrills us, no emotion that disturbs us, no sorrow which grieves us; not one thought comes into our minds of which God is not immediately aware.  Our souls have been purchased at an infinite cost, and we are loved with a devotion that is firm and unchangeable.

When on earth Jesus had bodily wants to be supplied, He knew what it was like to be weary, tired, hungry and thirsty.  He was braced for all His duties and trials through prayer to His Father.  Day by day He worked tirelessly seeking to save souls. His heart went out in tender sympathy for the weary and burdened. He spent whole nights in prayer to His Father in behalf of the tempted ones.

We are invited to carry all our cares and burdens to God in prayer, and to fasten ourselves to Christ by the cords of living faith. The Lord encourages us to pray with the promise that He will hear the prayers of those who trust in His infinite power. He is honoured when we draw closely to Him, and do His service. The arms of God are open wide to receive us, and He guides us and leads us onward and still onward. We can trustingly go forward; the Lord understands our case, and He will send us help.  We must continue to pray and have faith in God. “All things, whatsoever you shall ask in prayer, believing, you shall receive.” Matthew 21:22

7 thoughts on “Prayer is the Breath of the Soul

  1. Leanne

    Thankyou. This spoke directly to me today showing me I needed it more than I realised.

  2. JOHN ANSAH-SASRAKU

    It is reassuring that our heavenly Father has a thousand ways to provide for us of which we know nothing.

  3. April Hulin

    Thank you this ministered to my spirit. Thank you Jesus for your grace and mercy; you have blessed me even when I didn’t deserve it.

  4. Michael

    Wow you have a gift for writing the good news. I really like the way you wrote that. It in a way shows the challanges of living in Christ day by day. And your reference for God is inspirational.

  5. Helen

    Thankyou so much for the Bible and wonderful books. I’m learning so much and feel so much closer to God.

  6. Ye ! This Is A Good Blog!

  7. Thank you for my bible, God Bless you all.. Amen

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