Is there biblical authority to address Jesus Christ, the Son of God, in prayer? This book examines this question using a vast amount of biblical, historical and grammatical research. A logical approach is given to present evidence that the early Christians cried out to the Savior in prayer. Hence, Andrew Hallenbeck affirms that, indeed, one may invoke the Son of God, whether in songs of praise or verbal petitions. The author examines the difference between praying and singing and how that relates to worship. His chapter concerning Stephen's prayer, the first documented Christian martyr, devastates the argument that one may not speak directly to the Lord Jesus. He reveals that Stephen's vision of the Son of God and his prayer were two isolated events, hence an authorized text for the Christian today.