Matthew 6:6

Matthew 6:6 (ASV)

6But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thine inner chamber, and having shut thy door, pray to thy Father who is in secret, and thy Father who seeth in secret shall recompense thee.

Scripture Testimony Index stories for this passage

In her quest to find spiritual satisfaction for her soul, Mrs. Tsui sought every means and practice but still could not find what she sought. After many years she was introduced to the teachings of "the Jesus Doctrine," but the virgin birth was a stumbling block for her. After two years of hesitation, she vowed that if a neighbor who was ill became healed, it would prove to her that Christianity was true. The neighbor was healed and Mrs. Tsui surrendered to Christ, and brought many others into the Kingdom.
Grace Jacob writes about her foray into atheism and God's graciousness in winning her back. Her brother invited her to join him and audit an apologetics course Dr. Geisler was teaching at his school.
After his conversion, Hudson Taylor went to commune with God in prayer and there asked to be used of Him. Taylor had an “unutterably real and blessed” experience of God's presence, and the conviction that God had called him to China.
An old unbelieving chief makes up his mind to find God after the painful loss of his son. Mary Slessor led him in prayer to become a Christian.