The Reality of Prayer
Whitaker House, 1 mai 2012 - 144 pages
Has prayer become just another complicated ritual?
Is it a struggle to spend time in prayer?
Does God really answer prayer?
E. M. Bounds shows us that prayer is not difficult. It is a privilege and a blessing. By examining how Jesus prayed, Bounds helps us to pray boldly and expectantly. When we pray with the confidence of a child, we will find that God is eager to answer us, and we will discover the reality of what Jesus knew—prayer works!
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