Beyond a doubt, I strongly believe that no Christian can remain saved and be holy without praying everyday. We an read what the Apostle said at 1 Corinthians 15 verse 31 King James Version (KJV) of the Christian Bible. Therefore, whether we believe or not, if we believe in the Christian Bible, we need to know that we sin daily even if it is unknowingly.
Saints of the most high God who are facing so many issues and concerns in their lives need to pray. But some do not (or never) ask for prayers on their behalf. They may say they pray at home during their private prayer time and we may believe them to avoid unfair judgement of anyone. But they still need to come to the House of God (i.e. the Church Building) and pray with other saved Christians and for the unsaved. In the Bible, Hebrews 10 verse 25, KJV, refers to this point. So we must not only pray at home, but if allowed, we can pray at school, on the job, etc. However, we must still come to Church and pray as well.
Prayer does not have to be done by following another person, for example, for 2 hours or any long time period. But we must pray. Someone who does not have the intercessory prayer ability is still a Saint and can pray in his/her own way. There is even a helpful prayer guideline to help those who have a problem with this point and praying. The name of that prayer guideline is a Prayer Wheel. Anyone can use the following information to structure their prayer time by starting with praises to God, then kingdom praying, the praying for forgiveness and confessions of known sins, petition to God and intercession for others in need. Bible reading can then be done as part of the prayer session. Meditation and thanksgiving, plus praying the word, singing songs of worship praise, and then listening to hear from God are necessary. Finally, praises to God again (as in the start of your prayer session) is acceptable and useful.
In the Christian Bible, Hebrews 13 verse 15 refers to praise. kingdom praying associated scripture is Matthew 6 verse 33. Scriptural examples of forgiveness and confession can been seen at Matthew 6:14-15 and Psalm 139 verses 23-24. There are other scriptures and examples you can find as you develop ypur prayer time. In the Bible, 1 Thessalonians 5 verses 17-18 (KJV) says Christians and those who believe in God are to pray without ceasing. In addition, from that same scriptures, the Bible say in every thing we are to give thanks. Why? Because this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning those who are Christian Believers.
Therefore, we know that as long as we are alive and in the flesh, we must pray daily. The information presented above will be of help to everyone.