The Hidden Life of Prayer: The Lifeblood of the Christian

The Hidden Life of Prayer: The Lifeblood of the Christian

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Paperback, Pages: 123

Genres: Prayer, Christian, Christian Living, Religion

Language: English

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Private or secret prayer is the life-blood of the Christian. The great men and women of God down through the ages have testified to the effectiveness of this in their lives. Some like Martin Luther, have said that they could not survive a busy day without spending 2-3 hours alone with God. Drawing on the experiences of people like Luther, Spurgeon, Muller, Whitefield and Wesley, the author presses the case for a greater commitment to prayer. His advice may not only transform your life, it could be a catalyst towards a change in the world around you.

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  •    Akinoshicage Blundeau
    2020
    If there is one lesson to be learned about prayer, it is this: do it, do it, do. Don't talk about it. Do it.

    “Communion with God is the condition of spiritual growth. It is the soil in which all the graces of the divine life root themselves. Communion with God discovers the excellence of His character, and by beholding Him the soul is transformed. Holiness is conformity to Christ, and this is secured by a growing intimacy with Him.” -David MacIntyre
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