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Vital signs- Wednesday, February 15th, 2023

Sometimes I see that people will not speak their prayers, but instead, they think and meditate their prayers to God. Prayer is more than a thought, it is a communication of that thought. Two silent prayers were recorded in the Bible: Abraham’s servant and Hannah's prayer. In every other instance, prayer in the Bible is verbal.

Many people in the Bible like Moses, Samuel, Daniel, the people of Israel, David, Jonah, and Bartimaeus called upon the Lord or cried out to Him. They vocalized their prayers. Biblical prayer is talking to God – verbally expressing your thoughts to Him.

You might ask, why does God need me to express my thoughts if He can hear them? Here are three reasons:

· Out of the abundance of your heart, your mouth speaks (Luke 6:45). If your mouth is not communicating anything, then what is your heart filled with?

· We have to verbalize our prayers because Jesus told us to say our prayers (Luke 11:2).

· The Bible promises to answer those who call on God. There’s not one promise in the Bible where God says He will answer those who think.

Pray with me-

Father, You know my heart and my thoughts, I want to talk to You. When we meet in the secret place, remind me to open my mouth and share with You what is on my heart, in Jesus’ name, amen.

Team Wade loves you ❤️👊

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