Our desire to call on someone greater than ourselves is a natural cause of life that began with our earliest cry at birth.
If you ever get the opportunity to have a conversation with someone who joins the Christian faith, and is serious about their development within the faith, you may hear this questions:
Can you teach me how to pray? This question always brings to remembrance a familiar scripture in which the disciples' request, "Lord, teach us to pray as John also taught his disciples." This implies that prayer is directed to our Heavenly Father; it also has an active effect on those who may hear the prayer, which awakens their passion to pray as well. The beauty that exudes from one's confidence when they pray motivates others to do something they've never thought they had the courage to do, which is an unselfish act of faith. When one prays aloud, the prayer is sent to the one above you, and encourages the ones who are around you.
In this book, the Kingdom Leader uses "matter of fact" stories from his life and a few familiar observations that many can relate too. The author then decorates the stories with proverbial-like principles on the subject of prayer, so that the reader can first understand that great lessons come from life's modest experiences and, secondly, understand the devotion, the feeling, the tone, and the intent of our prayer is as meaningful as the prayer itself.