Prayer

A Biblical Perspective

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Weight 0.34 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.4 × 0.3 in
Format

Book

binding

Paperback, ePub, Kindle (.mobi), Paperback & ePub, Paperback & Kindle

isbn

9781848711495

Original Pub Date

2012

Banner Pub Date

Mar 12, 2012

topic

Spiritual Growth, Prayer

scripture

Whole Bible

page-count

106

Book Description

‘We shall do well to watch our habits of prayer with a holy watchfulness. Here is the pulse of our Christianity. Here is the true test of our state before God.’

These words of J. C. Ryle are as true today as they were when they were first written over 150 years ago. Prayer matters, and Eric Alexander’s chief concern in this book is to remind Christians that prayer is fundamental, and not supplemental, both in the individual and in the corporate lives of God’s people. He shows that nowhere is this dependence on prayer more fully exemplified than in the life and teaching of Jesus himself, and in the ministry of the New Testament church.

Church leaders will find these studies a great spur to pray for the spiritual growth of their people, and church members will see afresh the urgent need to pray for their leaders.

For those who find it difficult to pray there is much encouragement here, as the author also addresses the common problems believers face when coming to pray. In short this is a book for all those who want to live nearer to God and to be refreshed in their communion with him.

Mark Johnston on Prayer: A Biblical Perspective

Table of Contents Expand ↓

Introduction ix
A Biographical Prologue on Knowing God 1
1 What is Prayer? 5
2 A Theological Foundation 11
3 The Teaching of Jesus on Prayer (1) 17
4 The Teaching of Jesus on Prayer (2) 25
5 The Example of Jesus in John 17 31
6 The Priority of the Apostles 37
7 The Prayer-life of Paul – Ephesians 1 43
8 he Prayer of a Penitent Sinner – Psalm 51 51
9 Thirsting for God – Psalm 63 57
10 The Intercessory Ministry of the Holy Spirit 65
11 Corporate Prayer 73
12 Common Difficulties 79
Epilogue: Prayer and Preaching 89

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  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Michael Haykin

    This is an excellent primer on the subject of prayer. Though brief, it is comprehensive, and a great refresher even for seasoned Christians.

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