When we talk with God in prayer we should:

Give Thanks

“Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name”  (Psalm 100:4Psalm 100:4
Spanish: Biblia Reina Valera - revisión de 1995 - RVR95

4 Entrad por sus puertas con acción de gracias, por sus atrios con alabanza. ¡Alabadlo, bendecid su nombre!,

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). Thank God for all He has done for you.  God does many things for us daily, yet we are quick to complain and slow to give thanks.

How would you feel if every time I talked to you I said,  “I want that.  Give me this!  I need those, and hurry up ’cause I want it now!”  You would get tired of me pretty quickly if I always did that but never thanked you.  When you were a child one of the first things you were taught was to say thank you.  Don’t forget to say thank you to God.

We have turned God into a spare tire.  How many of you thought about your spare tire today?   But it’s 11:45 p.m. and you are speeding home.  All of a sudden – Bang!  A flat tire.  What’s the first thing that pops into your mind, the spare tire!  Suddenly, that spare tire is very important.  But only until you get it changed and you are on your way again.

That describes our relationship with God sometimes.  We are kind of glad that He’s there, but we don’t think about Him much.  When there is a major problem in our life – Bang!  All of a sudden, God becomes very important, that is, until we get through the problem.  Then we slam Him into the trunk without so much as a thank you, and off we go again.

“How can I repay the Lord for all his goodness to me? . . . .   I will sacrifice a thank offering to you and call on the name of the Lord” (Psalm 116:12,17Psalm 116:12,17
Spanish: Biblia Reina Valera - revisión de 1995 - RVR95

12 ¿Qué pagaré a Jehová por todos sus beneficios para conmigo? 17 Te ofreceré sacrificio de alabanza e invocaré el nombre de Jehová.

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When talking with God allways be greatful and thankful in your prayers, also we need to Intercede for other in asking.