Is your life a prayer?

When the Apostle Paul wrote about prayer, his words must have stirred the early Christian even as they have challenged readers of the New Testament ever since. "Rejoice evermore," he wrote. "Pray without ceasing. In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you." I Thess. 5:16–18.

Prayer "without ceasing" is a tall order. For the early followers of Jesus, the words of Paul made it an imperative. Yet today some might think this to be rather an antiquated notion, appropriate perhaps only for the life style of a much slower-paced society. In a world on the go, where it would seem that people find hardly a moment to spare, can such prayer still have an important role? Is it reasonable to expect unceasing prayer? Is it even possible?

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