“As for me, I will call upon God; and the Lord shall save me. Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: and he shall hear my voice.” (Psalms 55: 16-17)
We can certainly call upon God at any hour of the day. God discerns our needs whether we cry aloud or whether we silently turn to him with receptive hearts.
Our humility and expectancy are key. We can be as confident of God’s salvation as the psalmist was. We can agree to believe that divine and ever-present Love is with us and is active towards us. We can begin with hope, and by our continued prayers, progress to pure, though not blind, faith and trust. God guides us all the way, revealing more of His love as we continually seek Him.
We can turn to God any time of day, and it may even behoove us to be very deliberate about this. We can consciously, whether in specific human need or not, choose certain times of day to be more aware of God, to seek His Word through our communion with Him.
This doesn’t have to be formal prayer, but if we chose to block out the noise of the ego and of the world for a short time, perhaps three times a day—evening, and morning, and at noon—would we not reap the blessings of peace, guidance, and a more ready and generous approach to the world as well?
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