The Holy Scriptures, such as the King James Bible or pre-2011 translations of the New International Version of the Bible, admonish us to pray continually with all kinds of prayers and requests. There is never a request that is too great or too insignificant on which to seek God's guidance. Most prayers are prayed while kneeling on a floor surface. However, prayers can be prayed while standing, sitting, walking or lying down. Prayers that are prayed while sitting, standing, walking or kneeling are almost always more intense, more focused, and more likely to yield major results. When someone prays while lying down (unless they are too ill to sit), the spirit is confused as to whether they should be sleeping instead of praying.
Prayers should be sent up to God almost automatically throughout the day on every issue of importance. Although God understands every language, it is important that we also pray in the language of the Holy Spirit because the Holy Spirit indwells us for the purpose of interceding with God on our behalf. Our brain may know what we need physically, but every physical need has as its foundation a spiritual issue. When we pray in the language of the Holy Spirit, we are praying about the spiritual issue, and when the spiritual issue is resolved through prayer, the physical issues become non-existent.
When we pray in the language of the Holy Spirit, we are praying in God's language of power and authority, and commanding the forces of heaven as well as the forces of hell to operate in our best interests in accordance with God's will and purpose. Praying in our native language causes us to have a pleading demeanor as if we must beg God to deliver on his promises to us. Instead, God expects us to appropriate the authority and power made available to us through Jesus' cleansing sacrifice, and command the spiritual forces in accordance with God's will.
When we pray in the language of the Holy Spirit, we are forced to take responsibility for our lives and our outcomes, as we subdue the forces of evil and become God's agents for good. When we pray in the language of the Holy Spirit, we speak with God's power and authority, commanding into existence God's perfect will for us, for the world, and for his kingdom on earth.