Inspirational Quotations About Prayer

Inspirational Quotations About Prayer
Prayer is an intricate part of our spiritual life, our daily life and growth in our relationship with our Lord. In a previous article, I wrote about various Forms of Prayer - covering several types of prayer like traditional, conversation, contemplative, as well as admiring God's creation all around us.

What motivates us to pray? Inspires us to pray more? Urges us to pray more deeply and grow more fully in our relationship with our Lord?

One such inspiration can come from those who have walked the walk before us. Below you will find some quotes about prayer that I hope will indeed inspire, motivate and lead you to a fuller and deeper relationship with our Lord through your daily prayers.

Buy at Art.comPrayer is a conversation with God.
- Clement of Alexandria

Where prayer is poured forth, sins are covered.
- St. Ambrose

Prayer is to be commended, for it engenders in the soul a distinct conception of God. And the indwelling of God is this -- to hold God ever in memory, His shrine established within us.
- St. Basil

The daily prayers of the faithful make satisfaction for those daily, tiny, light faults from which this life cannot be free.
- St. Augustine

Our Father, Who hast exhorted us to pray, Who also bringest about what Thou hast asked for us; since we live better when we pray to Thee and are better: hear me as I tremble in this darkness and reach out Thy hand to me. Hold Thy light before me and recall me from my strayings, that with Thee as my guide I may return to myself and to Thee. Amen.
- St. Augustine

All that should be sought for in the exercise of prayer is conformity of our will with the divine will, in which consists the highest perfection.
- St. Teresa of Jesus

The chief exercise of prayer is to speak to God and to hear God speak in the bottom of your heart.
- St. Francis de Sales

So, deep in my soul the still prayer of devotion
Unheard by the world rises silent to thee.
- Thomas Moore

The path of prayer is the King's highway from earth to heaven.
- Archbishop Ullathorne

Prayer is the noblest and most exalted action of which man is capable through the grace of God.
- Archbishop Ullathorne

In reading, our minds terminate upon a book; in meditation, our intelligence and our heart terminate upon God. Prayer is a vital act of faith and desire to attain a fuller knowledge of God and a closer union with Him in affection and in resolution -- that is, in heart and will.
- Cardinal Manning

Prayer will remove the fundamental cause of present day difficulties.
- Pope Pius XI

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Compiled by my dear friend, the late Fr. Jac Campbell, founder of Landings

Peace in Christ,
© Melissa Knoblett-Aman

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