The Power of Prayer Part 1 -Audio

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The idea that power is inherent in prayer is an accepted one.

The power of prayer is quite simply the power of God who hears and answers the prayer.

Numerous devotees undertake vows and pledges to give up eating rice or drinking their favorite beverage until their wish is fulfilled.

If prayers and vows are undertaken for villages and towns struck by disasters like floods or cyclones, Baba will definitely fulfill these vows.

These vows are of an unselfish nature and are born out of goodwill towards the unfortunate.

The two leelas given below illustrate this point well.

My friend Manjula was transferred to the Internal Audit Department of United India Insurance Company recently.

Hence her job entailed her to visit various cities and towns for the audit.

On the 7th of September 2014, her team was scheduled to visit Jammu.

At that time, it had been raining incessantly and the entire cities of Srinagar and Jammu were flooded. It continued raining ceaselessly.

On the 6th of September I was watching the news, and I was horrified to see the devastation caused by the flood.

That evening I sent a message to Manjula informing her that Jammu was flooded.

I also added that she should watch the news before leaving for Jammu.

Manjula was at the Malleswaram Baba temple when she received my message. I spoke to her at night and advised her not to go.

Early next morning, I went to Lendi Baugh as usual to do pradikshinas, and while doing them I felt apprehensive about Manjula’s trip.

I prayed to Baba for their safety, and took a vow: “Baba please take care of Manjula and her team as they are going to Jammu, and bring them back to Bangalore safely.

When they return home safely, I promise to light a candle for you in Lendi Baugh daily for a week.”

This was a miniscule vow that I had undertaken, but at that time I could not think of anything else.

On the 7th, the team did leave for Jammu as their team leader was determined to go.

That morning Manjula was feeling uneasy about the trip, so she asked Baba what she should do, via chits.

Baba asked to read the 51st chapter of Shri Pada Shri Vallabha Charita, which provides protection from drowning and other perils, and write that chapter on a sheet of paper.

So Manjula wrote the chapter and carrying it with her as a mantle of protection, set out.

They reached Jammu at 2p.m. and heard that all the bridges were submerged under water since 10 a.m. that morning.

The Indian Army was directing traffic and helping the citizens there, as the water level had risen to the height of the third floor of the buildings.

The River Tavi had flooded way beyond the dangerous level. People were standing and praying to the River to recede peacefully.

When the team set out for their office, they were surprised to see that the water had receded and the Army was allowing the traffic to cross the bridges.

Thus Manjula and her team were able to complete their assignment and returned to Bangalore safely.

Here I took a vow for my friend and her team, and Baba granted it.

However, not only Manjula and her team returned home safely, but the entire populace of Jammu was able to return to their homes as the River Tavi had receded.

This indeed was due to the combined prayers of innumerable people, who like me may have taken numerous vows.

 Source : Baba’s Divine Manifestations  compiled by: Vinny Chitluri,

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