In this article I show you a simple way of praying longer.
Why you should pray longer.
The angels fighting your battles on earth and in heavenly places depend on your prayers for their encouragement and victory over Satan and demonic forces.
The more you pray, the more you get answers and blessings from our Father in Heaven.
I had the same problem.
When the Lord called me into ministry, I had the problem of praying longer because I barely prayed for more than thirty minutes.
During that time of desperation, the Lord showed me how to pray longer using the Psalms.
You can pray longer by reading the Psalms.
If you run out of words during prayer, you can actually pray longer by reading selected Psalms aloud to Our Father in Heaven.
The Psalms are like ready-made prayers to you, therefore you can present them to God as if you are the one who wrote them.
Advantage of the Psalms.
The Psalms cover all the aspects of your needs, including your personal provisions, your personal security, defeating your enemies, asking for God’s guidance, repentance, as well as asking for answers from God our Father.
Jesus Christ prayed the Psalms.
If you look closely at the life of Jesus Christ, you will realize that sometimes he ran out of words and he prayed using the Psalms.
A good example is found in Luke chapter 23.
Jesus was on the brink of death on the cross and, because of the torture and suffering, he had ran out words of prayer.
Then suddenly something happened as Jesus prayed in his heart on the cross – he remembered Psalm 31 and he prayed out aloud to our Father in Heaven..
Jesus prayed using Psalm 31:5. Hear what the written word of God says about this incident:
Jesus called out with a loud voice,
“Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.”[a]
The Psalms are so powerful.
If you run out of words during prayer, I encourage you to continue praying using the Psalms because they are very powerful.
Praying using the Psalms activates God our Father, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, and all God’s angels.
A simple way of praying longer.