I’m Changing the Way I Pray

I’m Changing the Way I Pray

July 18, 2014

“His divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.” 2 Peter 1:3 (NIV)

The darkness of the morning filled the room. With my head bowed and eyes closed, I started to pray.

The usual words fell from my lips: Thank You for another day, for waking me up and for this time I have with You.

Then I leapt straight from thanking to asking.

Father, I pray for my friend. Be with her today as she has surgery. Go before her; take care of all her needs. Prepare the room for her. Guide the surgeon’s hands during the surgery.

I pray for my other friend. She has great financial needs right now. Her burden is heavy. Will You make provisions for her needs?

I heard a whisper. Not audibly, but that nudging in my heart that I have come to recognize over time as God interacting with me: “Stop asking Me for what I am already doing!”

With a brow arched my mind replied, What, Lord? What did You say?

I heard nothing, so I continued my prayer.

I pray for one more friend. You know the loss she has experienced and the pain she has endured. Help her as she faces the battle.

Then another whisper, “Stop asking Me for what I am already doing!”

I paused again. More whispers from God followed.

“I am already with her … I am Emmanuel.”

“I have her healthcare under control … I am Jehovah Rapha.”

“I have already provided what she needs … I am Jehovah Jireh.”

“I see her battle. I am her banner … I am Jehovah Nissi.”

Still puzzled by the interrupting whisper, I closed my prayer time with a meaningful “Amen” and went on with the rest of my day’s activities.

Later, in the busyness of the day, I experienced the “aha” of His whisper. I remembered 2 Peter 1:3, “His divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.” It all became clear. If God is providing, then I needed to stop asking and start praising.

God’s Word always confirms His whispers.

My prayers had indeed become tired and mechanical. I often wondered if God even heard my prayers.

God was challenging me to examine my prayer list to find ways He was already working, and then praise Him! Praise Him for how He is already providing for my friends’ and loved ones’ needs.

Taking God up on this challenge has given me confidence in my prayer life. I know my prayers are being heard and answered.

What if we paused to examine our requests to see how God is already working, then praised Him for what He is already doing? It’s a radical thought. It might mean readjusting our usual prayer time to make room for His whispers. He may ask us to talk less and listen more so we can be more intentional with our prayers.

Maybe God wants to interrupt your prayers, too. He doesn’t want you to stop praying, but instead be faithful to press pause and start praising.

Dear Lord, help me examine each situation I am currently praying about, so I can praise You for what You are already doing. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

TRUTH FOR TODAY:
1 Thessalonians 5:17, “Pray without ceasing.” (ESV)

James 5:16b, “The prayer of a person living right with God is something powerful to be reckoned with.” (MSG)

RELATED RESOURCES:
Our Prayers and Answers Journal can help you track your prayers and God’s faithfulness to answer.

Visit Wendy Pope’s blog to learn simple steps to the I am Changing the Way I Pray Challenge. And click here to learn more about considering Wendy as your next retreat or keynote speaker.

Trusting God for a Better Tomorrow: A Study of Psalms (E-book) by Wendy Pope

REFLECT AND RESPOND:
How is God responding to your prayers? How are you responding to His answers?

Commit to taking the I am Changing the Way I Pray Challenge for 30 days. Record in your journal the ways God is working in and through your prayers.

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  • Amy

    What a great way to shift my thinking; instead of asking God for ‘situations,’ look to where he is already working. I love this thought! This is truly a way to practice and strengthen our trust in God. Thank you so much for this challenge today.

    • thank Amy! hope over to my website for my of my thoughts and challenge.

    • God is answering my prayers by sending many people my way to bless me. No matter what my prayer is will depend on what the blessing is going to be. God does this at all times- …even if I may not recognize the blessing at first. I respond to the answers to my prayers by blessing others in their own time of need. “His divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.” 2 Peter 1:3 (NIV)
      Wow! What an awesome verse to wake up to! God wants us to live a life that includes Him in it, and we’re given this through his divine pow-er. Because we know Him, this means we can use the things He has for His glory.
      “Dear Lord, help me examine each situation I am currently praying about, so I can praise You for what You are already doing. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”~Wendy Pope
      Wow! What an awesome prayer for this early Friday morning! We can ask God to help us broaden our relationship with Him. No matter what we may be going through, God can show us how to develop a wonderful prayer life with Him.
      1 Thessalonians 5:17, “Pray without ceasing.” (ESV)
      Wow! Boy, is this prayer ever powerful today! We should continuously pray for things that we’re most concerned about in our lives. Pray-ing for loved ones, even for our own needs and concerns, is something we can do at all times- as this will help us develop a wonderful relationship with the Lord.
      James 5:16b, “The prayer of a person living right with God is something powerful to be reckoned with.” (MSG)
      Wow! What an incredible verse this morning! The prayer of a person living right for God is a powerful thing that the devil has to deal with. He can’t do anything to get us down as long as we bind everything He does in Jesus’ name, then loose Jesus’ blessings. See More

  • Nancy

    As I read your opening words, I thought…does she know me?…this is ME….! Thank you for writing this…I so needed it! I can see God working in my life as well as those I pray for but I forget to praise Him for it and just keep asking!

  • Gayle Dunphy

    Excellent devotional. We often forget that God is already working and He is worthy of our praise!

    • thanks gayle!!! miss my cbc girlfriends!!!

  • Several years ago my father was very ill, and in the hospital. The doctors wanted my permission to unhook the machine helping him to breathe. I said no, because I didn’t think he was ready to go, or I wasn’t ready for him to go. My mother and I came home, we had an awful snowstorm, preventing us from returning to the hospital the next day. That night I prayed and prayed, asking God to save my father, I finally determined I could ask no more…he was in God’s hands but yet the pleading still went on in my mind. I heard God speak to me… and he simply said “Praise me”. I got out of bed, went to my knees and did just what God had said. The following day when the roads were clear enough to make it to the hospital we went to see my Dad. As I rushed to his room and made it in the door , his bed was empty, he wasn’t in the room…my heart sank. I made my way back to the hallway to ask the nurses what had happened, I saw my father and an attendant walking (with a walker) down the hall toward my mother and I . Oh how God deserves our praise. Sometimes we just need to listen. God had already taken care of my Dad.

    • Tricia

      What a powerful story! 🙂

  • knleonard

    Wow! Thank you, Amy! This is such a powerful devotional. Thank you for encouraging me & giving me hope, which I am struggling with at this time. Thank you.

    With Appreciation,
    knleonard

  • Brenda

    Wow, what a change in the way to pray!!! It will take me time not pray for help for others, but I will add thanks for the blessings I see happening as well. Thank you for sharing.

  • Cathy

    That’s just what I needed to hear! I haven’t heard any whispers from God, but I need to be praising more and asking less.

  • Susan

    THANK YOU MS. POPE! You just confirmed my “silly” way of praying. Generally, I just say people’s name and smile up to God. Then I wait and watch HIS WORK! YOU GO GIRL! Susan Howell

  • Sylvia Young

    Thank you for your devotional today. I too am a great one for asking, without listening. Something that God is teaching me, is to pray His promises over people’s lives.
    Have a wonderful day!

  • Stacia Morse

    I went to a women connected with Christ event in Utah in 1996. I had the prig elate of hearing a speaker:Becky Tirabasi who introduced me to the “prayer partner notebook”. After today’s devotional I’m going to start using it again. It’s so neat to look back on what God has answered and praise him.

  • Jacey

    I’m sorry I have to disagree a little her. We definitely can’t praise God enough. But we can’t stop praying for others and our situations. Even though God is definitely in control of all of it He still wants us to pray about it.

    God gives us strength we need to ask for that :
    1 Chronicles 16:11 Seek the LORD and his strength, seek his face continually.

    In times of need/distress we need God to hear us:
    Psalms 4:1 Hear me when I call, O God of my righteousness: you have enlarged me when I was in distress; have mercy on me, and hear my prayer.

    God wants good things for us and He tells us to ask for them:
    Matthew 7:11 If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more shall your Father which is in heaven give good things to them that ask him?

    We need to always have a thankful heart when we do have requests for God:
    Philippians 4:6 Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.

    We can never doubt God capabilities, but we need to ask for them.
    1 Timothy 2:8 I will therefore that men pray every where, lifting up holy hands, without wrath and doubting.

    Pray for others:
    James 5:16 Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that you may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.

    Praying to God in distress:
    Psalm 107:28-30 Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble, and he delivered them from their distress. He made the storm be still, and the waves of the sea were hushed. Then they were glad that the waters were quiet, and he brought them to their desired haven

    God wants us to ask and seek Him:
    Matthew 7:7 “Ask, and it will be given to you seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.
    Matthew 21:22 And whatever you ask in prayer, you will receive, if you have faith.”
    Mark 11:24 Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.
    John 14:13-14 Whatever you ask in my name, this I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If you ask me anything in my name, I will do it

    Please don’t stop asking God!!!! How many times does He tells us to ask. God wants to know our desires our distresses. He wants us to pray for those in need. I have witnessed the power of prayer. We have many thoughts but it’s almost like once we pray about it to God we give it to Him and allow His will to be done. I definitely believe that giving God the glory and praise in our prayer is needed more however we also need to pray about what’s on our hearts. But when praying we also need it to be God’s will, we can ask how we would like it to play out, but we need to ask for “God’s will be done”.

    Again, Please don’t stop asking God!!!! Just making sure you are asking in the right way.

    • Melanie

      Agree with both of you, we are to continually petition God for ourselves and others…I think her point here is to make sure we are praising Him before anything else. Mostly to remind ourselves of the mighty works He’s all ready accomplished and put into perspective everything we then ask for.

    • LB

      I can see both sides. I like that the message tells us to be more intentional in our prayer. I agree how easy it is to just say- please God take care of…..I was taught by an amazing Pastor to put it into God’s hands, by saying “Let it be Your Will” I try to pray for those in my life who need lifting up. It makes me feel better knowing that I have placed it in God’s hand.
      Great message to have today! Thank you

    • thank jayce. i appreciate all the scripture you posted.
      in no way am i suggesting we stop petitioning God through prayer. for me, my asking overshadowed my praises. i am so thankful God knows my desires and distresses. He also knows my heart. He knew my heart needed to change. 1 wasn’t asking in the right way with the right motives. i appreciate our comment so much.

  • Melanie

    We have example after example of this. In Nehemiah, he praises God first after hearing news of Jerusalem in rubble. He “reminds” God of how He’s been faithful to the Israelites, he thanks Him for His faithfulness, confesses how he (Nehemiah) has been faithless, then asks very specific prayers and ends with praises/thanks again. Even the Lord’s prayer Acknowledges God’s might, Confesses sin, gives Thanks, and then offers Supplication (praying the ACTS). This method of praying reminds me how omniscient, omnipotent & magnificent our God is, and puts my prayers into perspective. And that’s the point–God knows who He is…we’re the ones that need to be reminded that He’s got this! Thank you for another reminder.

  • Suzanne

    Thank you for sharing the gentle reminder you received on praying in a different way. It was just what I needed and have seen God using this in my own life and prayers.

  • Amanda Perreault

    I just wanted to thank the Lord with all my heart for sending me this devotion today and for those who send it! Lord what an answer to prayer, I have struggled so long how to pray and most of the time I am so selfish. I have known the lord since I was a child, learned the ACTS prayer in church but along my journey I fell from God. Through this life I have found my way back to him but have always struggled in my prayer, Wendy Pope THANK YOUYOU for your message and I accept the challenge! Just wanted to thank my dad who has given me the resources to help me find my way through this journey and God for all the blessing\people he has given me! Praise God almighty!

  • Thank you so much for today’s devotion. Wendy Pope’s word were not only timely but shined a light on what was missing in my time with God. I literally thought I wasn’t praying “hard enough” or with real focus. Thanks to Wendy’s revelation, I too can change how I pray!
    Love and blessings to you all!

  • Jada

    Great devotion today- thanks so much!

  • Linda

    I love the idea of looking to God I’m saying a person’s name and looking up to God covers praise and prayer thanks

  • Anne Sanderlin

    I keep a journal that really doesn’t have any system, but I hear or feel nudges and hear a voice in my hear. I have kept this journal now for many years. I get up early am since I have always been an early riser and read my Bible and make comments. I understand it and know God does, anyone else, well that doesn’t matter. A friend suggested that I do the journal and prayer at the end of my Junior Year of High school. I know have two grown children, am widowed and taking life one day at a time. I’ve also learned how to survive and thrive with a lot less than I had before 2008 crash and like things better.

  • Martha $

    I have been hearing that same thing from the Lord and am learning to praise Him for what He is doing or has already done to handle the issues in my life. He reminded me again that He is in control and is working all things for our good. Thank you Lord for your love for us!

  • Praise brings the blessing down! After reading this beautiful devotion, it further confirmed to me that God knows all things and he is behind the scenes working on all our behalf despite it may not seem as if he is. God hears our prayers from the very first time we pray. He is not deaf nor is he dumb. I intend to pray, then believe in faith that
    my prayer has been answered no matter the outcome. Yea or Nea! Praise God while we can, Praise him when our back is most against the wall, Praise his for his mighty acts, Praise God and watch the BLESSINGS come down! Let everything and everyone who has breath PRAISE THE LORD!

  • Franchesca

    I know I need to be talking less during prayer and stop making it a routine. It’s supposed to be a conversation and I need to have enough respect and love to actually listening. I think God talks to me in different ways because I just realized I always read these devotional a and I has missed a few days and them after my prayer this morning, which I’m getting more used to and like the quiet time, I had a little rough patch with my attitude and how I react to things; then when I woke up to read in the bible and such it came to my head that I should probably read this devotional because There were always good messages and God sometimes talked to me through them. I was thinking the idea of coming to read might have been mine but it was probably an idea from God because I need to change the way I pray. I really don’t wanna make if a routine of getting up In the morning and saying thank you for another day and just blabbering up with my day and what I need and a few thanks here and there when I want to be just enjoying His presence, that’s all I want. Then when I stop praying and have quiet time I want to keep my mind hushed because I just become uncertain of when God is going to talk to me and if He will during prayer and I guess that just takes the peace and enjoyment away because I know I should be focusing on Him and just submerged in my time with Him but I start to worry if I waited long enough or not to hear Him speak. I think He did speak to me more through thongs because I need to stop asking for stuff that He’s already in charge of and when I ask do it for the heart and not a routine. I’m a new Christian and there’s just a lot of confusion sometimes for me but I know that does come from God. I see He’s doing marvelous things in my life through Church and many other things Himself and I have so much fear that I will glorify myself or get conceited and such when I know everything that’s happening is because of His grace. I know I’m not perfect so I will mess up, but I know I just wanna be faithful and humble to Him and i don’t know how to but at the same time on the bottom of my heart maybe I do. But this definitely shows I need to thank more and stop making my time with Him a routine and more of a time to get to know Him.

  • karla

    Wow, Wendy! What a blessing this was to me right where I needed it TODAY. I have always struggled with prayer and am learning it’s more about a conversation and me talking with my abba (“daddy”). Too often I focus on making requests – sure I thank Him – but I often leave out my praise for him. Case in point: my father in law was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer in January. He is 65 and was given a year or so. He is an extraordinary man of faith. We said (and still say) all the “normal” prayers one would pray during a time like this and we totally believe that our God can completely restore and heal him. We ask him for healing – but I have totally neglected on PRAISING him for what he has done. My father in law is doing great with treatments and still living his life – traveling, riding motorcycles, – we are having wonderful, happy times together and our God needs the praise in prayer for that! Thank you for the reminder.

  • Nancy Lafontant

    This is my first time making a comment. i truly will like my comment to be about the understanding of the Lord. I cannot sit here and say i pray every day. i know I don’t. many question and no answers or i do get answers and do not understand. Has many times i have heard people say the mighty God speaks to them and I am always asking how? I am always waiting for him to speak to me and if he does I do not hear him. What must one do to hear him so clearly? i know I praise him and glorify him almost all the time. the reason I say almost all the time it is because I am not consistent with my pray. Even with reading the bible I do not read it. If I read the bible it might be for a few days and then I put the bible down. I do ask myself why do i do that? So many unanswered question where do I begin to find the answers? Where do I begin to get closer to him? WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO USE HIS WORDS AGAINST THE ENEMIES? I DID SAY MANY QUESTION WITHOUT ANSWERS. i SOMETIME FEEL LOSE BECAUSE OF WHAT I AM NOT DOING. HOW DO I CHANGE THE SITUATION I AM IN ORDER TO FIND ANSWERS. I WILL STOP HERE BECAUSE I DO NOT WANT TO WRITE TOO MUCH.

    • sweet nancy—
      don’t stop praying. don’t stop reading the people. don’t stop asking God questions.
      my life changed dramatically when i committed to having a morning quiet time with the Lord. at this time in my life i didn’t love the Word and i was not in love with Jesus. but i was desperate for different.
      i read one psalm a day. because reading the Bible can leave more questions than answers i asked God to show me one truth in the psalm to focus. i will be completely transparent here, my world and relationship with God did not change overnight. the heavens did not open every morning. it was all about consistent obedience. for over 12 months i consistently met with the Lord before the sun came up (even on weekends) then more time i spent with Him the more i began to recognize His voice and understand His ways.
      don’t stop. persevere . He is faithful. He wants to have a deeper relationship with you.

  • Bess Houck

    My friend, Fran, sent me one of your devotions a few days back. I loved it so much that I kept it and immediately signed up to receive it myself. I cannot tell you how much I am enjoying these devotions. No matter the subject they just seem to fit into my life that day. I am sharing them with some of my friends and I continue to thank my friend for pointing me toward your website and daily devotions. It seems to me in this world today that we can never have enough leading on the word of God.

    Thank you so much and continue your great work.

  • Denise

    Thank you for the devotional. I don’t hear whispers from God. I wish I did. I do feel like maybe I’m missing something or doing something wrong when I pray. I do go to God with a laundry list of requests and I feel rather silly. I am trying to be more thankful for the little things. Thank You

  • Lynn Piazza

    Thank you for your devotion on I’m Changing the Way I Pray. It was an answer to the questions swirling around in my head. I felt like my prayers were becoming rote and mechanical, but yet, I know I need to pray. It feels good to get confirmation from a fellow believer.

    Blessings,
    Lynn

  • Ruth

    I find the best way to start, especially when I’m stressed, is to thank God for things I see happening, for loving me, for being always here for me and others, as specifically as I can, forthings great and small, I don’t hear whispers, but I feel peace. Then I can pray for others and my self and thank Him because I know He heard me before, and will now.
    I tell Him sometimes that I don’t even know what or how to pray, and again, it starts with thanks and praise. We love to be encouraged by others thanking and praising us, so how much more does this mean to God?
    We are financially in a rotten place, have been for years…but thanking God for supplying our needs, for friends, for His sacrifice for me, warms and relaxes my heart, and gives me peace. If I forget the thankyous, I fall into s pit of misery of my own making, and feel physically sick. Guess this means I’m being told to rely on Him one day t a time and practice faith. I don’t know where it woll comevfrom, if I just thank and ask for provision without any demands, peace is wonderful.
    That’s true faith for me, asking for an answer to a situation, but not asking, or thinking, or planning the how of things.
    I’m walking over the chasm of life, on a swaying bridge, but God is the help line and promise, I have learnt not to question, but wait, and look for little answers which often come in a way I don’t expect, but they are there for the looking, 🙂

  • Susan G.

    Thank you for listening to God in your writing as well! I had a little conversation with God a little earlier this evening and He told me He was already with my daughter and family and was already taking care of the situation, as I started to get weapy in my praying for them… I am trying to be more intentional in ‘listening’ to His voice. Thank you for your confirmation on this very thing. More praises to our faithful God!
    Blessings to you!

  • E

    Praise Him indeed, But we must be careful to continue to pray for others even though God is at work. God wants us to pray for others even though He already knows the need. While it was a great reminder to praise The Lord and take notice of Who He is and what He is doing or has done , After reading your post, I came away feeling like God was upset that we pray for others. Like we are dumb to ask. It’s one more thing I’m doing wrong. I always thought we were to pray for others. Intercessory prayer is powerful. It made me feel like prayers don’t matter. I know that was not your intent, but I wanted to be honest in my feelings in case there were others feeling the same. Maybe it’s just me. Thank you so much for your time and investment in writing devotions. They are great. I learn a lot and truly appreciate how you open up and share with us. It is beyond comforting to read and know that other women experience the same questions,struggles, and fears. It’s awesome to celebrate together Gods blessings. Thank you for being vulnerable and open. God bless you.

  • Princess Kimbrough

    Amen to that. thank you for your encouraging words.

  • Michelle V

    Repeat offender! I didn’t read this yesterday it was our first day home recovering from my 6year olds surgery (tonsils). Where is my praising! I’m still lifting the guy up for healing and the Lord is healing him. Like a child reaching for the cookie I already had. I’m not approaching the problem I an almost through it and I need to cheer the finish line as I run over it not drag myself over as if I had struggled for it I am a champion in his arms! So… Father God thank you for guiding us to surgery, to the surgeon, the timing so perfict. The people that caried for him and us. The recover and the improvement in his life. Thank you for the sweet child that has bravely walked into the OR, that never looked back at his mommy and daddy, that most definitely did look back! We looked back to a child of faith that walked hand in hand with you with no fear. I praise you for the little man of faith that walkes in my life and the man he will become! amen!! Now that felt good 🙂

  • Jackie

    This is a timely message for me. Thank you for sharing the Word of GOD.

  • Pat

    Just read the Devotion, I’m changing the way I pray. wanted to tell you the same thing happened to me I was Praying one day just naming all the things I needed for everyone. and a voice told me, You don’t need to tell me what to do, I have already taken care of these things! I am still learning, and He is teaching me. My prayers are now thanking him for all He does for me, and still praying for others, but thanking him for taking care of everything without my help!!

  • Ardee

    This particular daily reading bothered me just a little bit. I understand that when we pray, we should not continually dwell on our own needs. However, I DO think it is necessary to pray for others who are in stress from illness, from problems, from surgeries, etc., etc. As long as we are praying for others, it is not only commendable but absolutely necessary. Where would all the prayer chains be if we were not praying for those in need.

    • ardee, i am not suggesting that we not pray for the loved ones in our lives and for God’s intervention. God wants our praises as much as He wants our prayers. thank you for your comment and for reading our devotions. blessings!

  • Thank you for that message on “Changing the way I Pray.” My husband just went home to be with the Lord on June 14th. It’s been pretty tough right now. However, God is good all the time. I’ve been told I can’t get any of my husband’s Social. Security because of my personal income. Therefore, I now must survive on 1 income rather than 2. it’s scary since it was just the two of us. So my prayers everyday have been constantly asking God to fix this situation. All done with butterflies in my stomach. I know fear does not come from God, but the enemy constantly plays with my head. So your message strengthened me in that I know to now praise Him rather than keep asking Him because He promised never to leave me nor forsake me. I hold Him to His word. So today I thank Him for all his benefits and for having my back in this situation. thanks again.

  • Wendy, I used this devotional in our women’s prayer group the last time we met. Thanks for the reminder to look and see how God is already working in our lives.

  • Debbie Davis

    I don’t agree with all you said. I believe in praying to the Father for all of my needs, and for the people that need to be prayed for. God tells us to pray many times in the Bible. We are told to always pray for peace for Israel. And we know what is going to happen. Peace for a while, then the Anti-Christ, and then The Lord will come on a white horse to save them. So why do we need to pray for them, because God tells us to. Also in the New Testament, Jesus said,” you have not because you ask not” I believe that we should both pray for our needs, and Praise God for all things. Praise is our way of thanking him, and telling the Lord just how much we Love and Thank him.

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