Prayer

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Weight 0.42 lbs
Dimensions 7.13 x 4.75 x 0.5 in
topic

Spiritual Growth, Prayer

Format

Book

Original Pub Date

1662, 1692

Banner Pub Date

Dec 1, 1965

binding

Paperback

page-count

176

scripture

1 Corinthians

series

Puritan Paperbacks

isbn

9780851510903

Book Description

Two works on prayer are here brought together. In Praying in the Spirit Bunyan defines what it means to pray with the spirit and with the understanding, and deals with difficulties in prayer. In The Throne of Grace, he explains how to approach God’s throne in prayer and opens up the blessings God’s people receive from the high priestly ministry of Jesus Christ.

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PART ONE
PRAYING IN THE SPIRIT
1 What true prayer is 13
2 What it is to pray with the Spirit 23
3 What it is to pray with the Spirit and with the understanding 36
4 Queries and objections answered 43
5 Use and application 49
6 Conclusion 61
PART TWO
THE THRONE OF GRACE
1 God has more thrones than one 67
2 The godly can distinguish one throne from another 69
1. There is a throne of grace 69
Import of the term ‘grace’ 70
What is to be inferred from the term, ‘throne of grace’ 72
What this throne of grace is 74
Where the throne of grace is erected 76
Why the law and the mercy-seat are so near together 78
2. How the godly distinguish the throne of grace from other thrones 79
3 The persons intended by the exhortation, ‘Let us come’ 101
The orderly coming to the throne of grace 102
4 How we are to approach the throne of grace 107
What it is to come to the throne of grace without boldness 111
None but the godly know the throne of grace 114
5 Motives for coming boldly to the throne of grace 119
1. Because we have such an high priest there 119
(i) The legal qualifications of Jesus Christ for the office of high priest 120
Christ the sacrifice as well as the high priest, and how he offered it 129
Christ a willing and an effectual sacrifice 130
Christ the altar 131
How Christ executes the office of high priest 133
How these mysteries are to be learned 139
(ii) The natural qualifications of Jesus Christ to be our high priest 141
2. Because we are sure to speed 151
Saints are like to meet with needy times 151
Continual supplies of grace are essential to our welfare 157
 What this should teach us 161
6 Conclusion 166
Six lessons to be learned from this text 166

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