Explore the various aspects of prayer in different religions, including forbidden prayer times in Islam and the flexibility of prayer in Christianity.
What is the forbidden time for prayer?
Forbidden prayer times are: 1- From dawn until the sun has risen to the height of a spear; 2- When it is directly overhead at noon until it has passed its zenith; and 3- From ‘Asr prayer until the sun has set completely.
Can you pray at any time?
Yes, it’s good to set aside a specific time during the day to pray and also read the Bible when we’re alert, and I encourage you to do this. But we can pray in our hearts as we drive or walk down the street or talk with a friend.
Is there a specific time to pray to God?
“The psalms confirm that we know God’s presence at all times only if we set asidecertain times of prayer,” Boers says. The Gospels and Acts refer to praying at the third, sixth, and ninth hours—respectively referring to about three hours after sunrise, noon, and three hours after noon.
Is it ever too late to pray to God?
You are not “too late to pray.” Be sure that, even while you are yet a great way off—your Father will see you and have compassion upon you and meet you with His open arms of mercy (Luke 15:20). He Himself has said, “Before they call, I will answer; and while they are still speaking, I will hear” (Isaiah 65:24).