A treasury of prayer : the best of E.M. Bounds on prayer in by Edward M Bounds; Leonard Ravenhill

By Edward M Bounds; Leonard Ravenhill

Rev. E.M. Bounds was once overwhelmingly dedicated to his liked Lord. There are few who've lived because the days of the Apostles who've passed him within the depths of his really good examine into the lifetime of prayer. This American clergyman of the 20th century wrote seven books on prayer, lots of that have often been unavailable to the final interpreting public. - again conceal. observe portrait of E. M. Bounds -- truth of prayer -- objective in prayer -- strength via prayer -- Necessity of prayer -- necessities of prayer -- Weapon of prayer -- probabilities of prayer Rev. E. M. Bounds was once overwhelmingly dedicated to his loved Lord. There are few who've lived because the days of the Apostles who've passed him within the depths of his superb examine into the lifetime of prayer. This American clergyman of the 20 th century wrote seven books on prayer, a lot of that have often been unavailable to the overall interpreting public.Rev. Leonard Ravenhill has performed the Church a very good carrier in getting ready this compilation of those seven significant books:Power via PrayerPurpose in PrayerThe Necessity of PrayerThe necessities of PrayerThe Weapon of PrayerThe chances of PrayerThe truth of PrayerIn the Foreword, David Otis Fuller says that this ebook "is worthy its weight in diamonds." The compiler encourages you to maintain this e-book to hand, learn it usually, and perform it usually! it really is really A Treasury of Prayer

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No exception. " Here it is again, sealed and stamped with infinite veracity. " Note how we are encouraged to pray by our relation to God! " The relation of prayer to God's work and God's rule in this world is most fully illustrated by Jesus Christ in both His teaching and His practice. He is first in every way and in everything. Among the rulers of the Church He is primary in a pre-eminent way. He has the throne. The golden crown is His in eminent preciousness. The white garments enrobe Him in pre-eminent whiteness and beauty.

Prayer then becomes the basis of Christian character, the Christian's business, his life and his living. This is Christ's law of prayer, putting it into the very being of the Christian. It is his first step, and his first breath, which is to color and to form all his after life. Blessed are the poor ones, for they only can pray. Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, The Christian's native air; His watchword at the gates of death; He enters Heaven with prayer. From praying Christ eliminates all self-sufficiency, all pride; and all spiritual values.

Prayer gives efficiency and utility to the promises. The mighty ongoing of God's purposes rests on prayer. " We have said before, and repeat it, that prayer is based not simply upon a promise, but on a relationship. The returning penitent sinner prays on a promise. The Child of God prays on the relation of a child. What the father has belongs to the child for present and prospective uses. The child asks, the father gives. The relationship is one of asking and answering, of giving and receiving.

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