Prayer is talking with God:
The Bible says in the book of Jeremiah, "Call to me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things, which you do not know." (Jeremiah 33:3)
Excitement of answered prayer!
I used to say when our youngest was little that God should assign an extra angel to him as he was always climbing and falling, as little boys do! When Peter was four he came inside screaming and dripping blood. He had fallen and split his tongue right down the middle.
The doctor was reluctant to stick the tongue together but became concerned when the tongue continued to bleed for 6 hours. "What we need is a miracle," the doctor said anxiously. I quickly replied, "I believe in miracles!"
I rang my husband, Bill, who was out of town and after we prayed together the bleeding stopped and Peter fell asleep. Concerned, Bill caught the next plane available and flew home to be with his boy. When he arrived he went to look at Peter's tongue and to our amazement the tongue had come together. It was back to normal, with not a mark to be seen. We praised God for answering our prayer!
You can enjoy the excitement of God answering your prayers too! I believe that one of the first requirements is to know, without doubt, that you are loved and accepted by God and that he wants to answer your prayers.
The remaining movie sessions will not only help you pray, but show you how much God loves you.
Learn what Christianity is about, what is prayer, and how to talk to God in 'Session Two - Part One: What is Prayer?'. Watch it online or download free from ydyc.org/