Do you believe in prayer? Almost everyone does. I have even seen Buddhist prayer wheels although Buddhism is a non-theist system. The better question is do you believe in the One we pray to. We can boil this down to John 3:16. Do you believe in the Son of God? This is a poem on John 3:16 from my book I AM.
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.
God sent His Son, the fullness of His love,
He became “The Son of Man,” though God of very God,
The living incarnation from above.
No other could fulfill His loving job.
God gave His son, His heart, His very self,
The Son was God the only begotten.
He showed us how God loved and gave and felt.
He gave love the world has not forgotten.
He claimed His own who would believe in Him.
Whoever believes in God's only Son,
Would not parish with all the rest of men.
They put their faith in everything He's done.
Responding to His grace they are asking.
That He might give them life everlasting.
The question of prayer and discipleship and life contemporary and eternal is, “Do you believe in the only begotten Son of God?”
My website has a link to the book on Amazon.com. You can also see a book trailer there.