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Power Through Prayer

Author : E. M. McKendree. Bounds
ISBN : 1575673460
Genre : Religion
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Pastor and civil war chaplain E. M. Bounds penned his slim classic on prayer for the simple reason that Christians don't pray enough. "The little estimate we put on prayer is evident from the little time we give to it," he wrote. "Talking to men for God is a great thing, but talking to God for men is greater still." Bounds' simple, concise volume can help all Christians rediscover the source of spiritual power in their life.
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Power Through Prayer

Author : Edward McKendree Bounds
ISBN : 9781621547662
Genre : Prayer
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Dynamic Power Through Prayer

Author : Dr.Pierre Noel Dutes Sr.
ISBN : 1453569944
Genre : Self-Help
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DYNAMIC POWER THROUGH PRAYER A Solution- focused Prayer Manual Should I use a tallit, prayer beads, statues or oil etc. when Im praying? What causes God to reject certain prayers? If married, what does my relationship with my wife have to do with prayer? Should I have a good relationship with others for God to answer my prayer? Not all prayer is effective! Dynamic power through prayer taps into more than just the act of praying. It attempts to answer some of the most controversial issues that deal with prayer. Filled with scriptural prayers for diverse situations, it may be used for personal devotions, instruction, meditation, and family prayer. Most of the topical prayers contain a power verse, a power definition with the etymology of the word in Hebrew or Greek, as well as detailed explanations with supporting Biblical verses. Therefore, some leaders or lay persons will find it useful in directing services, in preparing sermons and even giving on the spot sermons. It contains such topics as: Prayer For Time Management Prayer For a Wife, Prayer for Sexual Potency, Prayer In time of opposition Prayer To Be Released From Prison Prayer For Someone Who Committed a Murder The solution to any situation may be found in prayer! Pray Away!
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Power Through Prayer

Author : Edward M. Bounds
ISBN : 9781839743009
Genre : Religion
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Power Through Prayer is one of EM Bounds many classic works on prayer. He is practical yet spiritual, challenging us to seek God in passionate and unrelenting prayer. Christ did not come for the righteous but for the sinner and He calls us to pray like he did to the Father in a continual basis. Bounds in this work outlines what kind of heaven and earth shattering effects prayer can have from the individual person to the very ministry that someone may be trying to perform. There is no limit or bounds to what kind of power to faith prayer can have.
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Power Through Prayer

Author : Edward D. Andrews
ISBN : 9781791721299
Genre : Religion
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Each of the twenty-five chapters in the POWER THROUGH PRAYER provides helpful methods and suggestions for growing and improving your prayer life with God through the power of prayer. So, what can we expect if we make prayer a part of our life? Prayer can give you a peace of mind. Prayer can comfort and strength when facing trials. Prayer can help us make better life choices. The Bible says: “If any of you lacks wisdom [especially in dealing with trials], let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him." (James 1:5) Prayer can help to avoid temptation. Prayer is the path yo forgiveness of sins. Your prayers can help others. You will receive encouragement when your prayers are answered.
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Power Through Prayer

Author : Bounds, E. M.
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Genre : Prayer
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WE are constantly on a stretch, if not on a strain, to devise new methods, new plans, new organizations to advance the Church and secure enlargement and efficiency for the gospel. This trend of the day has a tendency to lose sight of the man or sink the man in the plan or organization. God's plan is to make much of the man, far more of him than of anything else. Men are God's method. The Church is looking for better methods; God is looking for better men. "There was a man sent from God whose name was John." The dispensation that heralded and prepared the way for Christ was bound up in that man John. "Unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given." The world's salvation comes out of that cradled Son. When Paul appeals to the personal character of the men who rooted the gospel in the world, he solves the mystery of their success. The glory and efficiency of the gospel is staked on the men who proclaim it. When God declares that "the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to show himself strong in the behalf of them whose heart is perfect toward him," he declares the necessity of men and his dependence on them as a channel through which to exert his power upon the world. This vital, urgent truth is one that this age of machinery is apt to forget. The forgetting of it is as baneful on the work of God as would be the striking of the sun from his sphere. Darkness, confusion, and death would ensue. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1 - MEN OF PRAYER NEEDED Chapter 2 - OUR SUFFICIENCY IS OF GOD Chapter 3 - THE LETTER KILLETH Chapter 4 - TENDENCIES TO BE AVOIDED Chapter 5 - PRAYER, THE GREAT ESSENTIAL Chapter 6 - A PRAYING MINISTRY SUCCESSFUL Chapter 7 - MUCH TIME SHOULD BE GIVEN TO PRAYER Chapter 8 - EXAMPLES OF PRAYING MEN Chapter 9 - BEGIN THE DAY WITH PRAYER Chapter 10 -PRAYER AND DEVOTION UNITED Chapter 11 - AN EXMPLE OF DEVOTION Chapter 12 - HEART PREPARATION NECESSARY Chapter 13 - GRACE FROM THE HEART RATHER THAN THE HEAD Chapter 14 - UNCTION A NECESSITY Chapter 15 - UNCTION, THE MARK OF TRUE GOSPEL PREACHING Chapter 16 - MUCH PRAYER THE PRICE OF UNCTION Chapter 17 - PRAYER MARKS SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP Chapter 18 - PREACHERS NEED THE PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE Chapter 19 - DELIBERATION NECESSARY TO LARGEST RESULTS FROM PRAYER Chapter 20 - A PRAYING PULPIT BEGETS A PRAYING PEW
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Prayer Fellowship With God

Author : Joseph Essilfie
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Prayer must be an atmosphere of fellowship and interaction towards the building of a relationship. Prayer loses its power when viewed from the wrong perspective: asking to receive only. This has been the failure of many and so have lost the art of praying, lost their passion, diminished their level of faith, or have wrecked their faith entirely. In Prayer: Fellowship With God, prayer is viewed from its originally established purpose, as well as a medium to reset our preconception about prayer, resulting in the most productive and effective aspect of our Christian faith.
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Preacher And Prayer

Author : Edward McKendree Bounds
ISBN : NYPL:33433068293954
Genre : Clergy
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Pray Like It Matters

Author : Steve Gaines
ISBN : 098898542X
Genre : Prayer
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When I read the book of Acts, I am embarrassed. Why does our brand of Christianity look so insipid compared to the believers of the first century? Where has the power gone? Has God changed, or have we? We've all heard the cop-out that says, "The book of Acts represents a different dispensation." What a sad, self-serving attempt to excuse our current state of spiritual impotence! When we read Acts, we should yearn to experience a return to their brand of Christianity. Yet, instead of copying them, we seem content with copying other modern churches that are "growing." But why copy a copy when you can copy the original (the book of Acts)? In Acts, God was saving people every day. Communities were transformed. People were healed. Demons were cast out. Miracles were commonplace. Churches sprouted up across the Roman Empire. Persecution was faced and overcome. What made them so different? Some say they preached a purer Gospel. I disagree. Modern Evangelicals preach the same Gospel that was proclaimed in the first century. We preach that Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died an atoning death, and rose bodily from the grave. We preach that man is a sinner and stands guilty before God in need of salvation. We preach that God offers salvation by grace, through faith, in Jesus Christ alone, and the moment anyone repents of his sin, puts his faith in Jesus, and calls upon His name, that person is born again. That's the Gospel they preached, and the Gospel we preach. Our lack of spiritual power in Christianity today is not due to the sermons we preach or the songs we sing. Rather, it is due to our lack of prayer. We do not pray like it matters. Jesus and His earliest followers prayed like it was important. We pray like it is inconvenient or inconsequential. Prayer was their priority. It is our postscript. We plan more than we pray. They prayed more than they planned. We gather to minister to one another. They gathered to minister to the Lord in prayer and fasting. Our focus is earthly, horizontal. Theirs was heavenly, vertical. They were wise enough to "pray the price." All of this is why I have written this 12-week Bible study entitled Pray Like It Matters. I want to demonstrate from Scripture that every prayer we pray is significant. Through our prayers, God changes things. One life dedicated to prayer can do more good than any life dedicated to other so-called "noble," worldly causes. An individual follower of Jesus who is committed to prayer is a fountain of life in a world of death. Likewise, the local church that becomes a house of prayer will be a spiritual powerhouse from which God's mighty miracles will flow exponentially. Prayer is what modern Christians and churches are missing frequent, fervent, faithful prayer! Most Christians want to pray but don't know how. They are unable to carry on a simple, sustained, satisfying conversation with God. Thus, after a few minutes in prayer, they run out of things to say, get frustrated, and give up. Sound familiar? Just as infants must be taught to talk, Christians must be taught to pray. Once you know how, prayer will be fulfilling, refreshing, and even fun. A growing number of Christians today are aware that something must be wrong. They know there has to be "more" to the Christian life than what they have experienced. That "more" is found through the discipline of prayer. These lessons are a wakeup call for each individual, family, and church to become a "house of prayer." When we begin to pray like Jesus and His early followers, then we will witness the power they experienced. Today, we embark on what could be the greatest adventure of your life. Before we start, let's pray the prayer of the early disciples: "Lord, teach us to pray" (Luke 11:1)."
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