The morning is the beginning of a new day. Each day is a gift for another opportunity to learn and grow in ones life.
Each new day set before you is filled with unknowns. Will it be like any other day, or will it be like yesterday?
Or, will something different occur at mid-morning, or at noon, or at mid-day, or in the evening?
You can presume that the day that is before you will be like any other day, and most of the time it is. But there will come a day, when your life will change perhaps a little, perhaps dramatically, and then you will wish that you had prepared yourself better.
You may even ask yourself, ‘Where have all those years gone?’
So, in the morning, prayer is offered repetitively every morning, just as the ritual sacrifices were offered in ancient times. Prayer is solemn and well thought out, orderly and with purpose. Prayer is not haphazard or flippant. It is a good way to begin the day with thanks.
Prayers come from you, and not from someone else. Your communication to God comes from you, for you. Only spiritually weak people want others to do their praying for them. But God has raised you up, to learn and to grow, and to stand on your own two feet, before Him.
And with doctrine in your soul, acquired from a regular and consistent and daily study, then you will possess the confidence and faith to communicate with God Almighty.
And then you will watch and wait. To watch, ‘tsaphah,’ means to stand on a very tall watch tower, where you can see great distances.
To watch means that you must be alert as to the things that are around you, just as you are to be alert to your own spiritual state within you.
You should not live your life with disregard to the things around you, nor oblivious to your environment.
Likewise, you should not disregard your spiritual life, or be unaware as to the relationship that you can and should have with God.
The world is not the sum total of your existence, God is.