Most of the time my prayers begin in desperation and fear because the enemy has attacked my mind to the point of spiritual heaviness but as I begin to cry out to my Heavenly Father, speaking His Word and knowing His will concerning the situation, my faith level reaches a supernatural plateau (that’s when the anointing power of the Holy Ghost kicks in high gear!). At that point, I feel like Clark Kent in the phone booth! This is a supernatural transformation that only comes through the power of God Almighty! I can feel the flames of fervent fire rising up within me, knowing, without any doubt, the effective power a passionate prayer can produce. By the way, I Always begin a prayer with humble repentance and sincere honor and praise to The Most High God, ending in the mighty name of Jesus. Hope this helps someone .
Old English hwæt , from Proto-Germanic *khwat (cf. Old Saxon hwat , Old Norse hvat , Danish hvad , Old Frisian hwet , Dutch wat , Old High German hwaz , German was , Gothic hva "what"), from PIE *qwod , neuter singular of *qwos "who" (see who ).
Meaning "what did you say?" is recorded from ; as an interrogative expletive at the end of sentences it is first recorded 1785, common early 20c. in affected British speech. Or what as an alternative end to a question is first attested 1766. "To give one what for is to respond to his remonstrant what for? by further assault" [Weekley]. The phrase is attested from 1873. What's-his-name for "unspecified person" is attested from 1690s; variant whatsisface is first recorded 1967. What's up? "what is happening?" first recorded 1881.