Reflections on the Lord's Prayer Hardback
by Susan Brower;
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This beautifully bound gift book takes the reader through the Lord's Prayer as an ultimate model for prayer
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Reflections on the Lord's Prayer
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Updated with a fresh look and feel, Reflections on the Lord's Prayer joins the Zondervan Gift Timeless Faith Classics line.
Reflections on the Lord's Prayer will join Serenity and The Creeds as a beautiful new entry into the new Timeless Faith Classics line. Combining fresh, elegant designs with reflections specific to select classics, each beautiful volume will be a welcome addition to any bookshelf.
Reflections on the Lord's Prayer presents the best-known prayer among Christians as the ultimate prayer model. From Martin Luther's reflection on why the prayer opens with 'Our Father... ' to the acknowledgment of God's '... power and glory forever,' readers will enjoy insights and thoughts culled from a variety of respected writers to enhance understanding of the prayer. Carefully chosen passages of Scripture help confirm and underscore the relevance of each phrase---and the prayer as a whole---in our daily lives.
With beautiful 4-color photographs and an updated cover with lots of shiny foil, Reflections on the Lord's Prayer makes a beautiful gift that will appeal to everyone who wants to deepen their knowledge of this wonderfully moving model for prayer.
Reflections on the Lord's Prayer by Susan Brower was published by Zondervan in June 2015 and is our 29233rd best seller. The ISBN for Reflections on the Lord's Prayer is 9780310349822.
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Details for Reflections on the Lord's Prayer
|Page last updated||9th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Susan Brower|
|Publisher||Zondervan (June 2015)|
|Number of Pages||160|