DOZENS OF QUESTIONS WILL BE ANSWERED: Why is prayer necessary? What must we do to be heard by God? How does God answer our prayers? Does God listen to all prayers? Does God hear everyone's prayers? What may we pray about? Does the Father truly grant everything we ask for? What kind of prayers would the Father reject? How long should our prayers be? How often should we pray? Why should we say "Amen" at the end of a prayer? Must we assume a special position or posture when praying?
How does God communicate with us? How does God speak to us when we study the Bible? What should our foremost goal be when we study the Bible? What are some things that we can do to draw closer to God? Have we been struggling in our prayer life? Has it become a challenge even to pray? What can we do? What does the Father expect of us in our prayers? What is the Father truly concerned about? How does the Holy Spirit Plead for us? How should we feel about the pain and suffering of this life? What confidence can we have? Can prayer really solve problems? How will our life be different if we make prayer a regular part of your life? What if we pray for relief of a problem and no relief comes? Should we then conclude that we have not received an answer?
God may answer a prayer in subtle ways. God may answer a prayer through our study of His Word. Yes, God's answer to our plea for help may very well come through the Spirit inspired, inerrant, authoritative Bible. Instead of removing the problem, God may give us the strength to cope. God may use spiritual brothers and sisters to help us at just the right time. Who knows, we may be the one being used if we are obeying Bible principles to make ourselves available. We must pay closer attention to the way God answers our prayers. Are we not on God's timetable?