Yes. In Genesis 24, Abraham sends his chief servant to Aram Naharaim to find a wife for Isaac, Abraham’s son, from Abraham’s relatives who lived there (v2-4,10). When the servant got to the town of Nahor, he prayed (v12-14):
O LORD, God of my master Abraham, give me success today, and show kindness to my master Abraham. See, I am standing beside this spring, and the daughters of the townspeople are coming out to draw water. May it be that when I say to a girl, ‘Please let down your jar that I may have a drink,’ and she says, ‘Drink, and I’ll water your camels too ‘– let her be the one you have chosen for your servant Isaac. By this I will know that you have shown kindness to my master.
The narrative goes on to say, ‘Before he had finished praying, Rebekah came out with her jar on her shoulder. She was the daughter of Bethuel son of Milcah, who was the wife of Abraham’s brother Nahor’ (v15). Rebekah then goes on (v17ff.) to do the things the servant had asked God to use as a sign to show who should be Isaac’s wife.
Of course, sometimes God, for good reason, might take longer than that to answer our prayer. Or perhaps, for good reason, God might not answer our prayer at all (cf. 2 Cor. 12:7-10).