In Acts 3:1-10, Peter and John went to the temple at the hour of prayer, and at its gate called beautiful, was a man crippled from birth. Day after day, he was carried and laid down there, ostensibly to beg to keep body and soul together. When he saw Peter and John, he focused his attention on them hoping for alms as usual. But this time around, he got more than he looked forward to; he got a full-blown healing to the glory of God.
I have read this account many times in the past, and I read it again recently only to unearth some result oriented prayer points from it. They are very potent, easy to understand and easy to apply. Besides, they are capable of revolutionizing people’s prayer lives. I intend to share them with you. They are: