Psalm 141:2 KJV
Let my prayer be set forth before thee as incense; and the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice.
Incense played a very key role in ancient Jewish worship. All the priests bore the responsibility of burning incense.
We read of angels burning incense in the book of Revelations as well, a thing which is yet to be.
The significance of incense could not be overlooked because it produced a sweet and pleasant appeal in the nostrils of the Lord. David knew this too well.
By revelation, he came to the knowledge that our prayers are presented to God as sweet incense, which is holy and acceptable to the father. The more you engage in prayer, the more incense you burn, and the more of God’s attention you draw.
God cannot but shift His focus to the direction from where incense is burning. Daniel burnt this incense morning, afternoon and evening, as was his custom. You cannot relent, keep praying, keep burning some incense.
Have a blessed day.