“Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: and he shall hear my voice.” – Psalms 55:17 (KJV)
Designing a scheduled time to pray is an appointment with God and He looks forward to it to bless you. Christianity is the light of the world, and God is gradually culturing the world through it.
The patriarchs have laid a good foundation for us to follow. King David is one of the patriarchs that we need to learn from: he had a scheduled time to meet God in prayer. He met with the LORD in the evening, morning, and at noon. Hallelujah!
As a believer in Christ Jesus, you can adopt the Psalmist schedule of prayer as your foundation upon which you build your prayer life. If you schedule a time to meet God in prayer, ask the Holy Spirit to alert or remind you at the said time and He will do so (John 14:26).
Beloved, you might be surprised from the beginning that somehow, on the dot of such a time, you are awakened even from sleep to pray at the appointed time. This should inform you that our God is a “Great Timekeeper” in heaven and on earth. Amen.
Dear beloved, do you have a scheduled time to pray? The Psalmist has shown you where to start. When you make time to fellowship with God in prayer, He directs you and things become easier. Remember that when the disciples met and prayed, they were emboldened to preach the gospel without fear (Acts 4:31). Hallelujah! Be prayerful!
Prayer Point: My faithful Father, I adore You for being a prayer-answering God. Please guide and lead me to design a scheduled time for my daily prayers. Let me never forget to meet You at such a time to fellowship with You in Jesus’ name. Amen!