The Mercy Prayer Paperback
The One Prayer Jesus Always Answers
by Robert Gelinas;
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The Mercy Prayer
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The Mercy Prayer examines dozens of times in the Bible when people pray this prayer, including King David?s heartfelt prayers for mercy found throughout the Psalms. The reader will be immersed in the truths that God is compassionate, gracious, slow to anger and abounding in love.
Throughout the centuries, Christians have discovered that it is possible to pray this prayer of mercy?this request for a miracle?with every beat of our hearts. We desperately need mercy and God desires to lavishly give it. But there are strings attached. God grants mercy with the expectation that we, in turn, will be merciful people.
The author?s engaging, accessible style teamed with an in-depth study of this simple prayer will touch every reader?s heart.
The Mercy Prayer is a must-read for the person in need of God?s mercy, searching for a genuine experience of the love of God, desiring renewal in his or her walk with God, hunting for a theological form that is rooted in Christian history yet free flowing to respond to individual experience, or seeking to have God?s love flow through them resulting in acts of mercy.
The Mercy Prayer by Robert Gelinas was published by Thomas Nelson in July 2013 and is our 25673rd best seller. The ISBN for The Mercy Prayer is 9781400204458.
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Details for The Mercy Prayer
|Author / Artist||Robert Gelinas|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (July 2013)|
|Number of Pages||177|
|Page last updated||19th November 2017|