They've added those ads below since the last time i answered a Question here.
"1. If You Won The Lottery, Would You Do What This Couple Did? Chime In."
Actually i found the ad *beside* your Question to be more enticing! -- the lovely lady in the tight white dress with the silly ruffles at the bottom. Never have clicked it to learn the 3 things i need to know about my prostrate.
Since i never waste money on lottery tickets (i'd rather buy a couple used paperback books with my dollar at a resale shop) the only two or 3 i've ever scratched were a gift from a friend in Michigan, who had wasted *his* money on them.
Jack wrote, "A prayer can be answered at a 100% chance."
i can't say that *that's* true. *Lots* of prayers go unanswered. How many prayers to *win* the lottery, for example, have not been answered?!
Secular Humanist wrote, "With prayer, there is no way to conclusively PROVE that the prayer was answered."
That, also, is NOT true. Probably there's no way to prove it to him (or her) but it can definitely be proven to *oneself*, when it happens. i made a very *specific* silent prayer on July 22, 2007 (Mary Magdalene Feast Day) at about 9 a.m. *to* Mary Magdalene specifically (*not* to God, *not* to Christ, *not* to the Holy Spirit) & asked her that if there was a genuine incarnation of her on my *YeshuaMirya* list, to please have that individual contact me by e-mail that day. About 5 hours & 20 minutes later the only e-mail i received that day came from a woman who belonged to that Yahoo list telling me she'd literally *heard* a voice (speaking from behind one of her shoulders) telling her to contact me immediately. She was puzzled & wondered why she had received that message. i told her what i'd prayed (but did *not* tell her Who i prayed to *specifically-accurately*). She responded telling me that she was Mary Magdalene. A week or so later she mentioned *who* the Voice had been that had spoken to her (in effect, her Higher Self) -- without me having informed her. Not only did she answer that very day, as i had asked for -- but she *also* knew *who* had spoken to her, without me having given her that information!
Prayers *are* answered, regardless of how many people *doubt* it. Why lots of needful prayers *aren't* answered (i'm sure women being raped are frequently praying for deliverance -- as are women & children who have been kidnapped, as are people drowning) i don't know.
i think your chances of getting a prayer answered are considerably higher than your chances of winning a lottery... plus a prayer co$ts you nothing beyond the time spent making it.