Matthew 6:6
“But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.”

Martin Luther once said, “Pray, and let God worry.” One thing you must do to make the most of every day: pray. As the Scripture says, “Pray without ceasing” (I Thessalonians 5:17). That means to be persistent and unceasing. When you do this throughout the day, you are keeping your communication line open to God. It helps you get the most out of the entire day from morning until evening. Making the most of every day means enjoying what God has given you to do today, doing it well, and doing it for His glory.

God is a person. The Bible says He is a Spirit (John 4:24), and as a Spirit, He desires fellowship and communion. It is through us that He expresses Himself and shows Himself. Being that this is the case, doesn’t it make perfect sense that He would want us to fellowship with Him throughout the day? Of course it does. One of the most important things that we must do as Believers is keep a healthy and constant relationship with Jesus Christ. The amazing thing is that He wants this even more than we do.

Whenever you do it, and however you do it, spend time with God. Not only does it keep you in the Word and keep your thoughts right, which will in turn bring peace to your mind (Isaiah 26:3), but it makes others more aware of His Presence in you. You increase your witness when you spend more time with God. Instead of quoting the TV show you watched last night, you may mention the Scripture you were thinking about, because it is fresh on your mind.

God is with those who keep their minds stayed on Him. So in your day, take the time to read a Scripture, listen to a Message, and most of all, pray. It will make your day so much more fulfilling when Christ is the center of it.

51-0721 - “Life Of Demons, And Visions”
And after while, I got lost in the Spirit. Did you ever get lost in the Spirit? Excuse me for talking fast like a bush on fire, but I'm trying to hurry up. But I just got lost in the Spirit. I didn't hardly know where I was at. I heard that bell ring, but I was having too good a time with God then to think about supper. And the bell rang and rang. And I knowed it was getting dark. And I was just praying. I said, "Thank You, Lord, for Your goodness."

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