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How to Pray When You Don't Know What to Say: More Than 40 Ways to Approach God Paperback – Bargain Price, March 15, 2006
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It's time to take your prayer life out of the box.
Perhaps you've gotten pretty good at asking, thanking and seeking forgiveness when you pray. (Or maybe you haven't.) But did you know there are dozens of other biblical models for prayer? For example, praying without words, praying with a partner, meditating and intercessory prayer. And what about your nagging questions? Is there a right way to pray? Is God always listening? This is a breakthrough book for students, parents, pastors, new believers, long-time prayer warriors, or anyone who may be in a prayer rut or drought. There's no guilt trip here. This book will take you on a journey of discovery that will blow the doors off your prayer life. And the rest of your life will never be the same. Never be distracted or frustrated with your quiet time again. Get excited about meeting with God. And don't miss the chapters on praying in times of doubt, prayers for healing and warfare prayer. "The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and wonderful results." James 5:16, NLT
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Chapter 24 uses the Prayer of Jabez as an example of Christian prayer, probably because of the huge but misguided popularity of this premise as a financial empire which misuses the dozen & a half words of Jabez out of context. In chapter 24 Paul Yonggi Cho is quoted as if he actually taught Christian principles instead of spreading false doctrines world-wide. Matthew 5:34 tells us not to make vows, this book tells us on page 205 to make vows but to make vows but to start our vow making with "nonconsequential vows. Chapter 17 in it's entirety denies the entire concept of "ou me".
The entire section on "Introspective Prayer" in chapter 17 was extremely disturbing as well.Read more ›
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I have to say it was excellent because he is an old high school friend.A true man of GodPublished 7 months ago by Vaughn Mitchell