In many cases, the problem churches have is not lack of prayer, but the ideas that guide it. Arthur Pink offers us solid principles to guide our communion with God. The value of this book lies in its direct exposition of many New Testament prayers. The author shows us that the basis of our acceptance into the presence of God is found in Christ’s merits, by which we are able to pray with the full assurance that we will be accepted, and will find consolation and power. Pink also shows that the abundant grace of God produces many fruits. There is, therefore, a close connection between a genuine prayer and sanctification, because prayer produces zeal for the glory of God. Instead of being an excuse to avoid our obligations, prayer is a source of power to fulfill our daily obligations in a responsible and effective way.