I Thessalonians 5:17 (MSG) Pray all the time.
To pray all the time is to live in constant contact with the life flow of God, to live in continual communion with Him. Prayer is the one discipline over and under every other spiritual practice. Few thinking people, (even those who deny the existence of God) deny that there is something to this practice of prayer. The materialist and the Eastern mystic describe prayer as quiet creative reasoning or transcendent meditation. Followers of Jesus experience it as one-on-one communication that includes worship, conversation with God, and intercession. The Bible does not call us to the mystical or theoretical but to the practical; and “the pathway of prayer is preeminently learnable.” “To learn to live in the spirit of prayer is to learn to walk in the presence of Jesus. Always.” Are you in a constant conversation with God?