Are you new to prayer?  Then you are in the right place.  Welcome!  We are so happy that you stopped by.  Being new to prayer can feel overwhelming when people are talking about praying everyday, praying out loud with other people (what?!?) and changing your life through prayer.  Where do you even start?  Here’s a quick and easy way to start your prayer time!

A- ADORATION. Start right off with praising God.
Psalm 100 says, “Enter my gates with thanksgiving. Enter my courts with praise.” 
My daughter and I had the chance to go to Buckingham Palace several years ago. We stood outside with the masses, smooshed up against the fencing and waited patiently to see the changing of the guard. Before long, we saw the Queen’s Guard arriving on immaculately groomed horses. As we watched, the giant palace gates opened and the troop of horses pranced in. After they entered, several cars followed them in. Several people got out of the cars and watched the hoopla of seeing the changing of the guards. Next thing we knew, a group of staff came out of the Palace and began to usher the people from the cars into the Palace itself. My daughter and I would have loved meeting the Queen. But of course, we didn’t have a ticket in. We don’t know the Queen. But what I love about Psalm 100 is that God himself tells us how we can draw close to Him! It’s our opportunity to get face to face with the King of Kings! You want to get into see the King of Kings? You get through those first gates with THANKSGIVING. Then you want to get in to the inner circle, His courts? He tells us how to get there too… PRAISE!  “Enter my gates with THANKSGIVING. Enter my courts with PRAISE.”
C- CONFESSION.  Get a clean slate with God before you even start-  by confessing.
Psalm 66:18 says, “If I had hidden sin in my heart then the Lord would not have heard my prayers.” Does this mean that God cannot hear you if you sin? Of course not! God can hear and see everything! But what I believe this is saying is that when we have unconfessed sin in our lives, it puts up walls. When we confess our sins, God is faithful to forgive us. That is HIS word. When we confess our sins to the Lord, we are humbly coming before Him, and opening to the doors to relationship.
T- THANKSGIVING. Again…. Enter my gates with THANKSGIVING! 
This doesn’t have to be fancy! Thank God for everything, from your family and home to food and water. Ask God to give you a thankful heart and start practicing the art of thanksgiving!
S- SUPPLICATIONS:   Simply put, this is the time bring your requests to the LORD. 
Pray for your needs, the needs of your family and friends, and the needs of others.
1 Timothy 2:1-3  “The first thing I want you to do is pray. Pray every way you know how, for everyone you know. Pray especially for rulers and their governments to rule well so we can be quietly about our business of living simply, in humble contemplation. This is the way our Savior God wants us to live.”


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