GOD'S "JOHN HANCOCK"
1 Timothy 2:5), our Intercessor (Romans 8:34) who has paid the price to answer our call in His timing. Such an ending might sound like or even be written - "In Jesus' Name", "In the Name of Jesus", or "In the name of Jesus Christ I pray, Amen."
The use of His Signature, verbal or written, at the end of our prayers is a seal that we place on all we have said to God that reveals our trust in His leadership of our lives and provision for it. This should make us stop and think more about what is in the body of our prayers since His Name is going to be at the end of our beseeching. So, my instruction to us today is to pause next time we start to pray and especially before we end our prayer to make sure we make proper use of God's "John Hancock".