We have a choice, we can say “Amen” or “Ovation”.
Or we can do what the majority of people do and say “Hail Mary”.
Or if we’re not feeling it we can simply say “O God”.
It’s the simple act of being in the presence of the Holy Spirit that’s important.
It’s about having faith that our prayers are answered.
But even though the act of faith is what’s required, there are times when it can be difficult to get to.
We’re all born with a capacity for prayer, and some of us are born with an emotional capacity too.
There’s a time and a place for prayer for all.
And it’s not just the times when we have difficulty with a particular prayer.
The words that we pray for are also the ones that make up the prayers of those who have gone before.
When we pray, we’re all asking the Holy Ghost to do his or her best.
But sometimes the prayers are just not going to happen.
Sometimes the Holy One just won’t respond.
Sometimes we need a different prayer.
Sometimes it just doesn’t feel right.
And sometimes we need to pray that God will change our prayers.
We are all human, and so are the prayers that we say.
And in a way, that’s what we’re trying to say here.
I hope this article has helped you to be more conscious of your ability to pray.
Sometimes, just the act or the words that you say in prayer can change the world for the better.
But more often than not, prayer is not enough.
Prayer is something we need from the Holy God.
We need to know when the Holy one has responded to our prayers, and that response has been to bring joy, peace and love to the world.
The same way that we can’t pray for the answers to our prayer, we also can’t give them away.
When the Holy spirit responds to our desire to pray, He will give us answers to the prayers we say and will answer those prayers by bringing us joy, comfort and hope.
And those answers are the answers we need.
And that’s the reason why we’re praying, not because it feels good to pray or because it helps us.
But because it is the answer that will bring joy to the life of the world, bring peace and bring joy for all of us.