20/30 Bible Study for Young Adults Prayer Paperback
Living in God's Power and Presence
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20/30 Bible Study for Young Adults Prayer
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Readers will explore definitions of prayer, a variety of scriptures that show Jesus' teachings and practices related to prayer, methods of prayer, aids to prayer, the varieties of individual and communal words, needs, and emotions that form the content of prayer, ways people interpret answered or unanswered prayer, and the unity between prayer and human action. The book will invite readers to reflect upon questions like: Why do we pray? What is God's role in prayer? the human role? How is God's grace involved in prayer? What is prayer? What did Jesus teach about prayer? How do we pray? What do we pray? What is an attitude of prayer? How does God answer prayer? What difference does prayer make in our lives? Have I been praying all along? What happens in the quiet times of my week? in the busy times? Is prayer possible in both quiet and busy times? Why do I feel like I don't have time to pray? Do I need to make time for prayer? How? The book will affirm persons and groups who struggle with an understanding of prayer or with a style of prayer. It will provide opportunities for transforming encounters with God.
20/30 Bible Study for Young Adults Prayer by Sarah Arthur was published by Abingdon Press in October 2004 and is our 35663rd best seller. The ISBN for 20/30 Bible Study for Young Adults Prayer is 9780687064984.
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|Author / Artist||Sarah Arthur|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (October 2004)|
|Number of Pages||82|
|Page last updated||5th October 2017|