Faith is acting on revealed truth.
John Knox was described as low in stature and of a weakly constitution. A contemporary, Mr. Thomas Smeaton, said, "I know not if God ever placed a more godly and great spirit in a body so little and frail."
When that frail body went to it's knees, Mary, Queen of Scots, trembled. She said she feared the prayers of John Knox more than the combined armies of Europe.
Larry Christenson in his book, The Christian Family, says John Knox prayed with such power that all Scotland was awakened. He goes so far as to attribute the whole reformation of Scotland to Knox's prayers. He writes, "Knox cried, 'Lord, Give me Scotland or I'll die!' And he prayed with such intensity that the Lord answered." - Copied
It has been said the official flower for Father's day is the Dandelion, the more it is trampled on the better it grows.