Hebrews 6:19 tells us we have a hope which is an anchor for our soul. Hope such as this speaks of a line of credit. We are able to enjoy effective prayer because we may personally enter within the veil into the presence of God because Jesus Christ paid the sacrifice required because of our sin. Therefore, we have privilege to exercise this line of credit through prayer.
It is this hope which represents our line of credit.
This same hope is represented in Joshua 2:18. It is seen as Rahab believed God and protected the Jewish spies who went into Jericho. They promised her safety when Jericho would fall to the armies of Israel. Rahab exercised her line of credit by letting down the scarlet cord from her window on the day of battle.
In Psalm 62:5-6 the writer speaks of my expectation in reference to a guarantee of safety. It speaks of God as being our rock and our defense.
Job 6:8 refers to God in anticipation of that thing I have longed for.
Psalm 71:5 prays to God that “Thou art my hope.”
So as Hebrews 10:19 says, “. . .we are to enter into the Holiest by the blood of Jesus.” As we do so in prayer, we are exercising our line of credit that was established for us according to our salvation’s provision.