The Challenge of the Lord's Prayer Paperback
by John Cox;
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The Challenge of the Lord's Prayer
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In his new book, The Challenge of the Lord's Prayer, author John Cox forces us to face the prayer of Jesus head on and not to pray it lightly. He provides valuable insights into its meaning and relevance today, raising important questions to challenge those who have the courage to pray this ancient prayer with a true and living faith.
As John says: "We sometimes think that prayer is all about asking, but in asking for things for ourselves, our very asking challenges us about what we are doing - in relation to God and in relation to others."
John Cox was ordained priest in the Anglican Church in 1968 and has worked as curate and rector of an inner-city ex-slum parish in Birmingham, as well as being Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Post-ordination training. Having retired twice, he now spends his time writing, playing golf and enjoying river cruises.
The Challenge of the Lord's Prayer insists that we put God first in our praying and demands that, as we ask God for forgiveness, we consider the needs of others and how we, in turn, forgive them. And it calls us to stand up to the evil in our world today.
The Challenge of the Lord's Prayer by John Cox was published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd in March 2017 and is our 3512th best seller. The ISBN for The Challenge of the Lord's Prayer is 9781848679061.
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|Page last updated||10th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||John Cox|
|Publisher||Kevin Mayhew Ltd (March 2017)|
|Number of Pages||124|