It may well be that the deepest form of prayer begins when we run out of things to say. (Darryl Tippens, university professor and author)

It’s very likely that most prayers are either prepared recitations or a list of things we want from “some higher power.” The God of the Bible has promised to hear and answer, so believers often come only when they have needs or when they are at a loss for words. That is the best time to wait and listen to discover what He wants to tell us.

Pray like this: Our Father in heaven, may your name be kept holy. (Matthew 6:9)