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Now that you know you can contact Him through prayer, what will you say? Moreover, if He already knows, why waste your time? How can you explain this to Him?

If we turn to the Bible (our good hand that we can hold whenever we need stable guidance and reassurance—praise the Lord for it), many helpful tips can be found in preparing us for the grand speech we dread giving to Him.

But what do all the passages in The Bible have in common when it comes to learning how to communicate with your Father?


  1. 1. Keep it Genuine.
  2. 2. Don’t try too hard.

As you can deduce, these two could go hand in hand, so

What Do They Mean?

To give an example, imagine a friend or a colleague who comes to you for help or advice, expecting your complete assistance, believing you are capable of providing the best solution, but more than that, showing that he trusts you enough to do so and even looks forward to it! 

You can see the longing in his eyes. 

Wouldn’t that truly touch your heart?

Now, let’s imagine they are just looking for some side help and are not really interested in spending time with you since you are just an asset to their plans.

Well, which of the two scenarios sounds more appealing and more trustworthy?

I would say the first one. Not only that, but I believe God may also choose the first one and find delight in it. 

He would love for you to come to him. And he would love to help you.

But why is sincerity important here?

Because you two are so close, you wouldn’t mind showing yourself in such a vulnerable state to him because you trust him. 

Therefore, there is no need to worry about grand speeches. The Lord wishes to spend time with you like a Father enjoys spending time with his children and truly appreciates it when you do so. Not because you have to but because you want to. 

Be it in church or strolling around the park, he will meet you anywhere, any day, ready for some quality time.

I believe this verse expresses the intimacy in prayer quite well.

“But when you pray, go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you.”

Matthew 6:6

So, To Tie The knot

The less hard you try, the more genuine your prayer experience will be—and the more exciting the answers! Why not give it a try? You might enjoy his company and find yourself wanting to pray more often without even realizing it…

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