10 reasons to kneel before God.
Dear reader, there is a lot of difference between sitting, and kneeling before God during prayer. There is also a lot of difference between standing, and kneeling during prayer. In this article I give you 10 reasons to kneel before God always.
Jesus Christ always knelt in prayer.
Father in Heaven will feel exalted.
When you kneel down during prayer, our Father in Heaven will feel exalted.
God will be proud of you.
When you kneel before God in prayer, he will be proud you. God will like you.
Father in Heaven will be happy with you.
When you kneel down during prayer, our Father in Heaven will be very happy with your act of kneeling. Father in Heaven will know that you are a person who knows heavenly protocol.
You will make God smile.
Our Father in Heaven is so sad that millions of people in this world are not seeking Him with humble hearts. You will give God a smile when you humble yourself by kneeling before him.
You will take stress away from God.
Heavenly Father is sometimes stressed by all the evil going on in this world. Your kneeling down before him will take away all this stress.
God will be attentive to your prayers.
Have you ever knelt down and asked for something from a fellow human being? That person will be more attentive to you when you are kneeling, than when you are standing. The same applies to our Father in Heaven.
God will honor you.
God may quickly answer your prayers.
Considering all the above, our Father in Heaven may easily answer your prayers when you kneel before him in prayer.
The highest form of worshipping Father in Heaven.
Dear reader, there is a highest way of worshipping our Father in Heaven during your prayers. It is prostrating before Him. Prostrating before God was done a lot by believers in the Old Testament (see 1 Kings 18:39; and Nehemiah 8:6). Prostrating before God was also done by Jesus Christ during prayer (see Mathew 26:39). Most important, prostration before God is always done in Heaven (see Revelation 4:9-10; and Revelation 7:11). If you can, always prostrate before our Father in Heaven during your personal prayers.