The All Pervasiveness of Prayer
1 Thessalonians 5:17
Pray without ceasing.

Prayer is to be regarded not only as a distinct exercise of religion, for which its own time must be set apart, but as a process woven into the texture of the Christian's mind, and extending through the length and breadth of his life. Like the golden thread in a tissue, it frequently disappears beneath the common threads; yet, nevertheless, it is substantially there, like a stream running underground for a certain period of its course. Suddenly the thread emerges into sight again on the upper surface of the tissue, and suddenly again disappears; and thus it penetrates the whole texture, although occasionally hidden.

(Dean Goulburn.)

Parallel Verses
KJV: Pray without ceasing.

WEB: Pray without ceasing.

Regularity in Prayer
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