Jesus said, “My Father’s house is to be a House of Prayer.” All through the Bible, we find again and again, God working through the prayers of His children. We remember the Day Elijah …
We remember Elisha, when he prayed that his servant’s eyes would be opened and he saw the armies of God, with flaming chariots and swords of fire, circling between they and their enemies.
We remember when Jesus prayed in the wilderness, and He was given the strength to stand against the Devil’s temptations.
We remember that it was a group of disciples, a group of Christ followers, who were praying in a upper room, when the Holy Spirit fell, and in 1 day 3,000 people were saved.
We remember that the church was praying for Peter’s deliverance, and the Lord answered that prayer by sending an angel to break the chains and open the doors that held him prisoner.
We remember the prayer that was prayed before Paul’s eyes were opened.