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The Most Powerful Prayer on Earth Hardcover – June, 2004
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PETER HORROBIN is the international director of Ellel Ministries, a Christian healing and counseling ministry based in England and with offices around the world. After graduating from the University of Oxford, Peter spent several years lecturing in universities and writing before founding Ellel Ministries in 1986. Peter has written several books on healing, deliverance and discipleship in the Body of Christ and has many years of experience in the topics of emotional healing and spiritual counseling.
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Here, based on Jesus' model and teaching, Horrobin discusses the need to forgive any and all who have hurt us, whether spiritually, physically, emotionally, or sexually; the freedom that will come from this; and how we can begin the process of forgiveness. Horrobin's theological treatment of this vital but frequently under-emphasized facet of Christian living is generally right on, as is his practical advice. (A note: Horrobin also explicitly ties forgiveness to the physical healing of the forgiver; take that as you will.)
This is a short book with a clear emphasis on readability, and it features some of the presentation issues common to little books of this type. There's Horrobin's overuse of exclamation points, for one thing. There's also the frequent points, repeated verbatim from the text for emphasis, presented in gigantic type, even in mid-sentence.
The Most Powerful Prayer on Earth is a brief but valuable and sufficiently overarching book on forgiveness, and serves well enough as a practical introductory guide to this extremely important subject.