Peter and John formed a fraternity of prayer. They were old friends. They had been boys together, and then fishermen on the lake together. They had become Christians about the same time. Peter in the shadow of the denial of his Lord had not gone with John to the crucifixion, but they were together at the open sepulchre. Peter doubtless found in the gentle, loving John a support, and John found in the brave, impulsive Peter an inspiration. They remembered the words of Jesus: “If two of you agree on earth as touching anything that they shall ask, it shall be done for them.” After the great revival heavy responsibilities are upon them. They must train the converts and lead the campaign for the evangelization of the world. Answered prayer creates need for more prayer.