Did You Think to Pray? Paperback
Making prayer the foundation of your life
by R T Kendall;
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Did You Think to Pray?
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R T Kendall points out in Did You Think To Pray that God likes our company. We can only benefit from spending more time with him.
Did You Think To Pray is a wonderful new book from R T Kendall and helps us to better understand what prayer is, why it is so important and how we can overcome the obstacles that seem to prevent us doing it.
Did You Think to Pray? by R T Kendall was published by Hodder & Stoughton in September 2009 and is our 6218th best seller. The ISBN for Did You Think to Pray? is 9780340964101.
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Did You Think to Pray?Barry Vendy, via The Good Book Stall
Review from previous edition.
This honest, down to earth book will help you if you’re new to praying (being written ‘as if the reader knows little or nothing about prayer’), containing chapters on praise and thanksgiving (though nothing on confession) and the Lord’s Prayer.
But it contains advanced lessons, too. Kendall expresses the wish to lead everyone from ‘school’ to ‘university’ when it comes to prayer.
A chapter on Praying in the Spirit inevitably considers tongues. These may give you ‘edification advantage’, but are ‘not a sure sign of spirituality’, and it would be, admits Kendall, a mistake to say you cannot pray in the Spirit if you don’t pray in tongues.
Two chapters on the ‘mystery’ of prayer deal with answers and unanswered prayer. So the author does not avoid problems!
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Details for Did You Think to Pray?
|Page last updated||4th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||R T Kendall|
|Book Format||Paperback (B format)|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (September 2009)|
|Number of Pages||272|