There is no Substitute for Prayer
P.S. Jones, Pentecostal Evangel, May 18, 1946
Posted by Joey Kelly

When the thrill and throb of the Holy Ghost are lost through prayerlessness, all kinds of substitutes will be tried, including social functions, entertaining preaching, and other amusements. These are mere camouflage that attempts to hide the fact that the real thing has been lost. Pentecost can very well do without the carnal decorations and the tinsel of this pleasure-crazed world, but it can never do without its prayer room, its prayer-loving pastor, and its prayer warriors.