“Hear my prayer, O Lord, listen to my cry for mercy. In the day of my
Trouble I will call to you, for you will answer me.”
Psalm 86:6-7, NIV

Prayer power is not only the most direct, but also the most effective force that can be brought to bear upon the many difficult problems that exist in the Lord’s
it has also the further great advantage of being free from human schemes and carnal manipulations.

He who waits upon God, moves on in quiet confidence and needs. Neither the blare of trumpets nor press agents’ methods to announce his success, but in godly fear, leaves until the day of Christ’s return the record of achievement. The whole tendency in the life of prayer is to bring us to the place of crucifixion, and to
school us in the great principles of righteousness, justice, and love.


Evening and morning and at I utter my complaint and he hear
my voice. Psalm 55:17 ESV