By Being Perfect In Christ,
We Can Obey All God’s Commandments
In the Lord’s church we are told to pray without ceasing. How? By living with the constant companionship of The Gift of the Holy Ghost. To be in continual communion with the Father, through His Son Jesus Christ, and The Holy Ghost.
As the Holy Ghost is a revelator, and revelation is communication, our communication with our Father, is as we commune with Him our thoughts, feelings and prayers.
To have a continual flow of revelation from Him, through His Son, who is the only true source and light of the world, we must have The Gift of the Holy Ghost to always be with us. This is only found and acquired in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, for it is different than just having the influence of the Holt Spirit, as all can have.
There are only two sources, as is discussed in my post Ones and Zeros: Part One, in which there can be good, better and best for example, or bad worse and worst. We can have the influence of either of these sources, but only one at a time. Having this great revelatory power from God, we can learn great things about Him and His kingdom, and receive guidance, promptings and understanding of His will. We can also avoid all deceptions and pitfalls.
Obeying this important law to pray without ceasing is different than just having the influence of the Holy Ghost. For to have such a gift always, we must first have sacred priesthood ordinances of baptism and the confirmation of The Gift of the Holy Ghost performed upon us. Through these ordinances performed through those who have the proper priesthood power and authority, these gifts are then bestowed upon us true and efficacious. This is an extra and added power of the Holy Ghost, and can be with us, provided we live worthily of it.
To be partakers of this, we must first understand the promises we make, obey the Lord, and live to the very best of our knowledge and ability. We can then be truly guided, and always have His Spirit to be with us, thus fulfilling the commandment for us to truly pray without ceasing.