We were not made for solitude; we were made for relationship. We need each other, and intuitively we seek companionship in community. But this desire for community is not limited to human relationships. In fact, it is fundamental to our relationship with the Son of God.
We don’t need to labor or agonize over our prayers. We don’t have to be filled with fear or anxiety in our prayers. We can be at rest when we pray, for the Father sees and hears, and the Son, who is with us always, perfectly intercedes on our behalf.