The Lord God Almighty provides for each of us everything that we need, but we sometimes are unable to see and to connect with what he provides. This happens for several reasons, two of which are directly connected to our ability to see the ether. When we pray, we should be able to see the direction from which the prayer will be answered.
If God has appointed someone to answer the prayer, we should see the person directly in front of us as we pray, and we should be able to tell the Lord whether or not they will do what the Lord has asked them to do, and if they will not, request that he appoint someone else. There is no prayer that should ever go unanswered for anyone in the kingdom of God whose heart is aligned with God.
If you are unable to see the ether clearly in order to identify the person whom God assigned to answer your prayer, you should ask God to open your eyes that you may see and know. When you see the person, they will be in either of two positions--arms outstretched toward you, or arms behind their back and intertwined.
Anyone whose arms are behind their back has no intention of answering your prayer, and you should communicate that to the Lord so that he can appoint someone else. The Lord will appoint up to three people to answer each prayer, and at least one of them always will answer it. You should be committed not only to praying until the prayer has been answered, but also, to knowing who has been appointed to answer the prayer. God expects you to insist on having your needs met if you are in the kingdom of God, and you are living in accordance with kingdom principles.