and the entire creation. It is equally a habit of being in the presence of God and inCommunion with him and all those who are called by his name.In the light of other writings of St. Paul, Prayers is a loving, humble andtrusting commitment of intimacy with God in Christ. All want to know is Christand to Experience the Power of his resurrection (Philip 3:10). It is a watchfulness, being attentive to Him, looking up to God, asking in Jesus’ name in the power of the Holy Spirit.Jesus and the Father have the same Spirit, are one in One Spirit (Phil 1:19)and their spirit guides us moves us (Rom. 8:14) and help us in our Prayer. Whenwe cannot find words to pray well, the Spirit himself expresses Our Prayers in away beyond words … and the Prayers expressed by the Spirit accord with themind of God.Jesus and the Father are One Remaining in Jesus through his Sprit, I remainunited with the Father and I can go prayerfully to him as his Child because I havethe spirit of his Son.In Paul, Prayer with this understanding is always, effective, efficacious and productive.
PRAYER IN THE LIFE OF ST. PAUL
Paul himself was not only engaged in Prayers but also spoke of them, asliving in the presence of God with the earnest duty of communing with him inAdoration, Praise, Thanksgiving and Supplication. Three aspects of prayer emerges in the life of St. Paul.1.Prayers for others individually or as a whole.2.Prayed for Himself and His Missions.3.Stimulates Others to Pray.A.
PRAYERS FOR OTHERS
Paul sent by God to the People to announce the divine message, will oftenspeak to God in his Prayer for the people, thus continuing his role as an