God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth. (John
4:24). The Father seeks worshippers. The worship that
we offer God must not be confined by place or form, but be spiritual as God
Himself is spiritual. The worship in spirit is the worship of the Father in the
Spirit of Christ, the Spirit of Sonship. We need the Spirit of Truth to offer
the worship that God is worthy of. (Taken from: With Christ in the School of
Prayer by Andrew Murray). God, teach me that worship in spirit and truth
is not anything from man, but comes only from You. It is an outflowing of a life
“Therefore I say unto you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them.” (Mark 11:24). HAVE FAITH IN GOD: this word precedes the other. Have faith in the promise of an answer to prayer. The power to believe a promise depends entirely, but only, on faith in the Promisor. Trust in the person brings about trust in his word. It is only where we live and associate with God in a personal, loving relationship, where GOD HIMSELF is all to us, where our whole being is continually opened up and exposed to the mighty influences that are at work where His Holy Presence is revealed, that the capacity will be developed for believing that He gives whatsoever we ask. (Taken from: With Christ in the School of Prayer by Andrew Murray). Heavenly Father, thank You for giving each of us a measure of faith. You satisfy us with good things; we lack nothing!
But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly. (Matthew 6:6). Everyone must have a solitary place where he/she can be alone with God. This spot can differ from day to day, but it must be a time where you as a pupil can be taught by the Master how to pray. As long as in our worship of God we are chiefly occupied with our own
thoughts and exercises, we shall not meet Him who is a Spirit, the unseen One. But to the man who withdraws himself from all that is of the world and man, and prepares to wait upon God alone, the Father will reveal Himself. (Taken from: With Christ in the School of Prayer by Andrew Murray).
here I am. I am entering my room and I am shutting out all disturbances. I am
waiting… I am waiting on You to reveal Yourself to me.