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- Publisher: Cross-Points Books (November 25, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 25, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B077RMDPLL
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- how to force God to give me what I want ("jinni-of-the-bottle syndrome")
- new methods to structure prayer ("acronym-of-the-month club")
As one would expect from Charles Spurgeon, this book is neither. Starting from biblical principles ("pray believing", "if you abide in me", "come boldly", "the Spirit himself intercedes for us", "pray without ceasing"...) Spurgeon explains what the words mean in their context and how we can apply them within our own lives.
This is not a quick and easy "five steps to powerful prayer" book. Spurgeon presents the principles, but we need to meditate and apply them.
The one drawback of this book is the style: the chapters are a collection of sermons, and written to be preached rather than read. To benefit from this teaching will require an effort, but it will be worthwhile.
I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.