Pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. (I Thessalonians 5:17-18, emphasis added)
For God’s man, prayer should be the distinguishing feature that marks his thinking and approach to anything that might have a spiritual, eternal, or practical impact on his life or for the good of God’s kingdom. For God’s man, prayer is an attitude he adopts toward all situations and relationships in which he finds himself. It’s a radar that’s always on, constantly sweeping the landscape.
After a while, tapping into God should feel natural because you’re accustomed to thinking about doing it. That’s because you know that prayer changes the course of things. To be supplicant to God means acknowledging that He is more powerful than you — far more powerful.