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Have you ever had someone thank you for praying for something when you aren't sure you really did?
Have you ever stressed the importance of prayer to a new believer but skipped prayer the next couple of days because you were "too busy"?
I know that everyone who has done great things for God has been a prayer warrior, but I'm not as faithful as I want to be (Philippians 4:6).
Here's some things that have helped:
1. When someone asks for prayer: I do it immediately. If I feel I should pray more than once, I write it down in a place I'll see it daily.
2. When I get a prayer letter or email from a ministry or missionary, I pray for them even if I don't have time at that moment to read their entire letter.
3. I pray at the same time/same place each day because it creates a habit. (See "Not 21 Days")
4. I use daily actions as prayer reminders. (See "Every time I drink a glass of iced tea")
Are there things you do to be more faithful in prayer?