The Kli Yakar starts off by explaining the well-known Chazal that if a Jew intends to do a good deed, Hashem considers it as if he or she actually carried out that good deed. But if a Jew thinks about doing something wrong, Hashem does not regard it as having carried out the sinful thought.
Furthermore, the Kli Yakar emphasizes the importance of speaking with Hashem and asking Him for things even though Hashem already knows what you want. He simply enjoys hearing the sound of your voice.
And Hashem Yitbarach does not want to treat us as do the princes who don't let us speak much before them, that the moment they understand the intent of the supplicant, they tell him, "Shorten what you have to say." Or, "Stop speaking and go."
But Hashem in His Loving-Kindness is not like that. As it says (Tehillim 21:3): "You gave him his heart's desire and You never restrained the speech of his lips."
This is because in His Eyes, we are like a delightful child and a precious son.
This is my own translation and any errors are also mine.