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The other day I saw a person of what appeared to be the female gender. She was stopped at a traffic light and had a cup of coffee ( I suppose) in her left hand and was applying makeup with her right hand and looking in her visor mirror. She was either singing to her radio or using a speakerphone. They call it multitasking. I got off the road as quickly as I could.

Multitasking may work for many people as they approach this hectic life we all seem to live. However, there is one area where we must remember to monotask — when praying to the Lord. A person might be able to multitask when talking to the Lord, but if we want or expect to talk with (communicate with) the Lord we will have to monotask. God wants our undivided attention.

Matthew 6:6 (NASB)
“But you, when you pray, go into your inner room, close your door and pray to your Father who is in secret, and your Father who sees what is done in secret will reward you.”