The Faithful One Prays. The faithful one should constantly pray to Almighty God to strengthen his faith; he prays for the city in which he lives; for all people who suffer; and for deliverance from all disturbances of mind and body. He frequently appeals to Almighty God for protection, and commends his life to the Lord. Beseech the Lord. The faithful one beseeches the Lord in peace to fulfill his needs. It is considered a priviledge of the human race to appeal to God unceasingly, not only to request His guidance but also to beseech Him for enlightenment and steadfastness of faith and communion with God. To attain this communion with God, the faithful should read the Divine Revelation of the Bible, and should reflect this Divine Message by praying and giving thanks to Almighty God for His many Blessings. Again and Again. Always, the faithful, in work or recreation, praise the Lord again and again, "unceasingly". Apostle Paul admonished the Thessalonians (Chapter 5, Verses 16-18) saying, "rejoice ever more, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks, for this is the will of God in Jesus Christ concerning you." Litany. Litany is a form of prayer consisting of a series of petitions or supplications which are sung or said by the clergy, and to which the people make fixed responses, (e.g. "Lord, have mercy"; "Grant this, O Lord"; or "To Thee, O Lord", etc.) Litany originated in the East (Antioch, Constantinople) in the 4th century, and was adopted later by the West. In the Eastern Orthodox Liturgies, litany is the principal act of devotion in congregational worship of our Lord. Alleluia. Alleluia (Praise ye Yak, ye Jehovah) is a liturgical expression meaning praise to Almighty God. It is found in the Bible, especially in Psalms 111-117. It is used frequently in Christian prayers, especially during Lent, when the faithful Christian with humbleness and penitence devotes himself to praising God, accomplishing His Will and reaffirming his faith. The word Alleluia reflects his sincere devotion in praising God as well as the steadfastness of his faith. Alleluia is a one word spiritual pronouncement of rich heritage in the Bible. It frequently is recited and sung as a complete statement to seal and affirm the content of a Psalm.