Today I read a devotional that led me to a bible verse that led me to this post. In the devo, the author noted how the bible teaches that Jesus is seated in Heaven: Luke 22:69, Ephesians 1:20, Ephesians 2:6, Colossians 3:1. This was a bible Ah-Ha moment for me. When I pray, wherever I pray, for whatever I am praying for, Jesus is seated. In other words, Jesus isn’t walking away while I’m praying. Jesus isn’t looking down at his phone. Jesus isn’t listening with one ear, while talking to someone else. Jesus isn’t daydreaming, brainstorming or aimlessly wandering. When I pray to him, every time matters most. He is seated, at full attention–for my prayers, and yours. A seated Savior. I’ve never thought about it before, but now that I have, it changes my perspective on prayer. My Lord is seated, at attention, focused. Readily anticipating to hear from me, and you. I hope you know him. And I hope you’re talking to him.