34 Inspiring Quotes About Prayer

Inspiring Quotes About Prayer

That is what I thought was intended by God, they will be finished, I prayed over and over, without worrying about it. This means the will and the will of God will not be the same. This means there’s a fair probability you won’t get what you’re hoping for. It means that you must struggle through your prayers. Top of the 34 most motivational meditation quotes about prayer

1. “I love prayer candles, and I use them often.” — Marianne Williamson

2. “I believe that the greatest form of prayer is praise to God.” — Billy Graham

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3. “I think of prayer as a spiritual lifeline back to where I most want to be.” — Marianne Williamson

4. “The most eloquent prayer is the prayer through hands that heal and bless.” — Billy Graham

5. “Prayer is a strong wall and fortress of the church; it is a goodly Christian weapon.” — Martin Luther

6. “Fasting, coupled with mighty prayer, is powerful.” — Joseph B. Wirthlin

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7. “It is clear that he does not pray, who, far from uplifting himself to God, requires that God shall lower Himself to him, and who resorts to prayer not to stir the man in us to will what God wills, but only to persuade God to will what the man in us wills.” — Thomas Aquinas

8. “God, our Creator, has stored within our minds and personalities, great potential strength and ability. Prayer helps us tap and develop these powers.” — A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

9. “Read my letter to the old folks, and give my love to them, and tell my brothers to be always watching unto prayer, and when the good old ship of Zion comes along, to be ready to step aboard.” — Harriet Tubman

10. “As we regularly spend time reading God’s Word and talking to Him in prayer, we put ourselves in position for Him to do things in our lives we could never do on our own.” — Joyce Meyer

11. “I’ve taught a lot about prayer over the years and how it is really just talking to God.” — Joyce Meyer

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12. “Spending time with God through prayer and His Word is a prerequisite for having a great life and fulfilling your purpose.” — Joyce Meyer

13. “Liturgy, in truth, is an event by means of which we let ourselves be introduced into the expansive faith and prayer of the Church. This is the reason why the early Christians prayed facing east, in the direction of the rising sun, the symbol of the returning Christ.” — Pope Benedict XVI

14. “When music is allowed to take the place of devotion and prayer, it is a terrible curse. Young people assemble together to sing, and, although professed Christians, frequently dishonor God and their faith by their frivolous conversation and their choice of music.” — Ellen G. White

15. “Prayer is such a basic foundation of a Christian’s relationship with God. It’s how we communicate and fellowship with Him. But a surprising number of people, young and old, new and even long-time Christians, say they’re not satisfied with their prayer life.” — Joyce Meyer

16. “Let no one profess to trust in God, and yet lay up for future wants, otherwise the Lord will first send him to the hoard he has amassed, before He can answer the prayer for more.” — George Muller

17. “Getting stress out of your life takes more than prayer alone. You must take action to make changes and stop doing whatever is causing the stress. You can learn to calm down in the way you handle things.” — Joyce Meyer

18. “Prayer is simply talking to God like a friend and should be the easiest thing we do each day.” — Joyce Meyer

19. “The sovereign cure for worry is prayer.” — William James

20. “’Thank you’ is the best prayer that anyone could say. I say that one a lot. Thank you expresses extreme gratitude, humility, understanding.” — Alice Walker

21. “The Christian leaders of the future have to be theologians, persons who know the heart of God and are trained – through prayer, study, and careful analysis – to manifest the divine event of God’s saving work in the midst of the many seemingly random events of their time.” — Henri Nouwen

22. “When you recognize the festive and the still moments as moments of prayer, then you gradually realize that to pray is to live.” — Henri Nouwen

23. “Prayer is the beginning and the end, the source and the fruit, the core and the content, the basis and the goal of all peacemaking.” — Henri Nouwen

24. “A good Catholic meddles in politics, offering the best of himself so that those who govern can govern. But what is the best that we can offer to those who govern? Prayer!” — Pope Francis

25. “Without prayer, without faith in the Almighty, the civil rights movement would have been like a bird without wings.” — John Lewis

26. “For prayer is nothing else than being on terms of friendship with God.” — Saint Teresa of Avila

27. “Without our faith, we wouldn’t have been able to succeed. On many occasions, before we’d go out on a sit-in before we went on the freedom ride before we marched from Selma to Montgomery, we would sing a song or say a prayer. Without our faith, without the spirit and spiritual bearings and underpinning, we would not have been so successful.” — John Lewis

28. “I don’t know what heavy penance I would not have gladly undertaken rather than practice prayer.” — Saint Teresa of Avila

29. “Mental prayer, in my opinion, is nothing else than an intimate sharing between friends; it means taking time frequently to be alone with Him who we know loves us. The important thing is not to think much but to love much and so do that which best stirs you to love. Love is not great delight but desire to please God in everything.” — Saint Teresa of Avila

30. “Whoever has not begun the practice of prayer, I beg for the love of the Lord not to go without so great a good. There is nothing here to fear but only something to desire.” — Saint Teresa of Avila

31. “The limitless loving devotion to God, and the gift God makes of Himself to you, are the highest elevation of which the heart is capable; it is the highest degree of prayer. The souls that have reached this point are truly the heart of the Church.” — Edith Stein

32. “A soul which gives itself to prayer, either much or little, should on no account be kept within narrow bounds.” — Saint Teresa of Avila

33. “I must confess that it is a lot easier for me as a pastor to preach about prayer than to spend that same amount of time engaged in it.” — Tony Evans

34. “The custom of speaking to God Almighty as freely as with a slave – caring nothing whether the words are suitable or not, but simply saying the first thing that comes to mind from being learned by rote by frequent repetition – cannot be called prayer: God grant that no Christian may address Him in this manner.” — Saint Teresa of Avila