Call upon Him in truth and He will hear

Psalms 145:18-19 - The LORD is nigh unto all them that call upon him, to all that call upon him in truth. He will fulfil the desire of them that fear him: he also will hear their cry, and will save them.

The physical inputs to our body are our nose and mouth, wherein air and food enters our body and builds it. Similarly the senses to our being are five - hearing, smell, touch, sight and taste, and they also help build our inner man (soul). But the output of our inner man are two our speech and our emotions (just not feelings includes character, knowledge, will etc.). It is our emotions that also account for our physical expressions.

When we truly call on to the Lord it should be our full being, which means just not talk but our inner man - the most important part of us should also cry out. When a person dies we do not address to the body of that person as he but it, because the most important parts of that person his inner man and his spirit have left his body.

Your flesh may say many things but what is more important is what is your inner man saying? Our prayers are answered more on what our inner man says, not our flesh.

The fear of the Lord (acknowledging the Lord for who He is) is done with your whole being, not part of it. Nobody would be okay with missing body parts, would you? So why in our prayer do parts of us miss?

[ Prayer Starter ]

Lord, You have made me a beautiful creation. Holy Spirit, help me in getting my whole being together in my prayer, so that my prayer be answered. I ask this in Jesus' Name, Amen.

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