What Prayer Can Do

Gottschalk, Judy
September 2008
Guideposts;Sep2008, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p78
The article discusses a husband who shows affection through actions. The author cites that after marriage, she soon discover that her husband seldom do the chores, does not have interest in going to church and uncomfortable in expressing affection. Moreover, after desperate prayer the husband begins to change by keeping their landscape, maintaining the cars, and welcoming the widow mother in law, an answered prayer by showing affection by action.


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