Many of us expect to pray to God in times of trouble. In times of want and need. Thanksgiving and blessing. We pray before our meals. At bed. Even on Sunday morning. Prayer is so much more than that. It is an ongoing communion and fellowship with Father, Son and Spirit. It is more than to agree with God in prayer but no less. Leaning in and depending on. Intimacy with the living God beyond any relationship we may have here on this earth.