It doesn’t matter when you pray. It can be early in the morning or the
middle of the night. It can be on a good day or a hard day. It doesn’t
matter when, God hears you no matter what.
It doesn’t matter where you pray. You can be at work or school when you
talk to God, or you can be at home alone. You can pray while you’re in the
car or having lunch with a group of friends. It doesn’t matter where you
pray, God hears you no matter what.
It doesn’t matter how you pray. You can say a few simple words when you
desperately need Him. You can get down on your knees and say a long prayer
when you’re feeling grateful. You can pray alone or with others who share
your faith in Jesus. It doesn’t matter how you pray, God hears you no
The book of Psalms is full of prayers, and many of the psalms were written
by David. In Psalm 55, David says that when he cries out in the evening,
morning, and noon, God hears him. And in Psalm 61, David says that even
when he cries out to God from the ends of the earth, God hears him.
You never have to be afraid that your prayers will go unnoticed. God hears
you no matter when, where, or how you pray. Bethany Acker
Have you ever felt like you needed to pray a certain way, or at a certain
time, or in a certain place? Have you ever wanted to pray, but you didn’t
feel like you could? How can today’s Bible verses encourage us to pray
whenever, wherever, and however? Consider taking a moment to talk to God
As Christians, we have the joy of knowing God personally through Jesus.
So, when we pray to God, we’re not just crying out to the all-powerful
Creator of the universe, we’re also talking to our friend who loves us and
came in human flesh to live among us. Because Jesus died on the cross and
rose from the dead, everyone who puts their trust in Him can have a
personal relationship with God. So, when we pray, we can know that God
understands what we’re going through, and He cares about us deeply. How is
praying to God (who revealed Himself through Jesus) different from praying
to another god?
Evening, morning and noon I cry out and he hears my voice. Psalm 55:17