People pray recognizing God’s sovereignty when they pray. When on your knees you know that you are not in control of the results of your prayers. Even if you deny God’s sovereignty and only embrace human responsibility, you still believe God is sovereign when you pray.
Here are three specific prayers followers of Christ pray that prove you believe God is sovereign:
1. You simply pray. Why do you pray? You pray because you either want something that you cannot have in your own strength or want to show your appreciation to God for what you have been given.
2. You give thanks to God for your salvation. You realize deep down that God is entirely responsible for the faith that drew you to your Savior.
3. You pray for the salvation of others. When you pray for the unsaved, you assume that it is God who brings them to faith.
Prayer, therefore proves that you believe God is sovereign. Indeed, God is in control and you pray because you know you are not.
If you want to know more about your prayers, the sovereignty of God, and evangelism read, J.I Packer, Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God. IVP Books, Downers Grove, IL. 1961.