Our Father Paperback
Enjoying God in Prayer
by Richard Coekin;
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When Jesus' disciples asked him for help with prayer, he gave them a beautifully simple but spiritually profound outline known as the Lord's Prayer. This utterly extraordinary prayer has been cherished by Christians everywhere and always. In it, our Saviour has brilliantly summarized the kinds of requests that God most delights to answer.
Jesus knew that, when we struggle to pray, we need, far more than techniques and challenges, a fresh appreciation of God. We need to glimpse his magnificent character and plans. As we see the Father described in Jesus' prayer, we find ourselves lifted in wonder to delight in him. Our cold hearts are warmed and our stifled tongues released to pray. The Lord's Prayer, and so this book, is all about enjoying God.
Says the author, 'I find the Lord's Prayer exhilarating. It has been a lifeline from God, dragging my proud heart to him. I couldn't survive without it.'
Our Father by Richard Coekin was published by Intervarsity Press in July 2009 and is our 23771st best seller. The ISBN for Our Father is 9781844743933.
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'Clear, warm and practical.' Tim Keller
'I was just thrilled with this book which gave me such a desire to pray a prayer which crystallizes Christ's priorities for our lives.' Rico Tice
'Full of treasure.' Jennifer Rees Larcombe
'A mouth-watering picture of what a joy it is to be able to turn to Almighty God and call him "Father".' Mike Cain
Details for Our Father
|Author / Artist||Richard Coekin|
|Publisher||Intervarsity Press (July 2009)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||24th August 2017|