Time to Pray

“You can use your time to no better advantage than to pray whenever you have a moment, either alone, or with others, while at work, at rest, or walking down the street! Anywhere!!”

Ole Kristian O. Hallesby


  1. When do you bow your head to the Lord in prayer?
  2. Is there a “right” time to pray?

3 thoughts on “Time to Pray

  1. I pray many times at night before I go to sleep. I also pray when I am walking in nature because I find it peaceful. I don’t think there is a “right” time to pray. If you feel called to pray I agree with the quote and pray at any time during your day. God is always here for you. 🙂

  2. I bow my head when others pray, as in grace before meals, at church. Otherwise, I talk to God all day long, in my car, as I do dishes, while I am writing on my blogs, during housework, as I do my hair, and when I am cooking. I don’t pray like a normal person I guess. But then I’m not very normal.

    Thanks so much for your prayers, Michelle.

  3. I usually have trouble multi-tasking. In fact, I don’t. I had neck surgery last week and all I can do right now for exercise during recovery is riding the stationary bike at the Y. I am using that boring time on the bike to pray through my prayer list. I use a Moleskine (moleskine.com) and wrote the list on a sheet of paper that I carry with me. It has been helpful in more ways than one. I can agree with Ole. (is that pronounce Ole like Mexican?) 🙂

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