How To Pray
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📒How To Pray ✍ Helene Ciaravino
✏How to Pray Book Summary : The power of prayer can heal illness and move personal mountains. How to Pray begins by discussing the benefits of prayer, including enhanced physical and spiritual health. It then explores the prayer practices of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism, providing a clear xplanation of each religion or philosophy's approach, as well as true-life stories showing the significance of divine communication. Whether you want to learn more about prayer or you long for the comfort it provides, How to Pray will give you what you seek.
📒How To Pray ✍ Ruben Torrey
✏How to Pray Book Summary : The question of what prayer is and how exactly one goes about praying has been vexing Christians for centuries. For this reason, R.A. Torrey's How to Pray is as relevant now as it was when first published in 1900. This slim volume, filled with analogies, parables, and relevant Biblical passages, contains step-by-step guidelines for anyone looking to develop a closer relationship with God. Learn the ten reasons why prayer is important, the three secrets of effective praying, the seven hindrances to prayer, the seven ways to determine when to pray, and more. Clear, succinct, and written with the lay reader in mind, How to Pray is a book the devout Christian can turn to again and again. American pastor and writer REUBEN ARCHER TORREY (1856-1928) traveled worldwide, evangelizing and winning converts to Christianity. A prolific writer, his works include Baptism with the Holy Spirit (1895), What the Bible Teaches (1898), and How to Bring Them to Christ (1893).
📒How To Pray Correctly ✍ Lou Dellarosa
✏How to Pray Correctly Book Summary : Communion with God is better done through meditation. But before you can hope to become proficient at meditation, you should first learn supplicatory prayer. (Supplicatory prayer simply means when you ask God for something.) Unlike meditation, which is the practice of passively observing God's will in all life, supplicatory prayer is the practice of actively asking God's will into your personal life. Unlike supplicatory prayer, meditation is asking nothing of God; it is simply mature communion with Him. Meditation requires the discipline of sitting still. But just as a little child, who is not mature enough to know how, cannot be expected to sit still for very long, so it is with the spiritually immature adult regarding meditation. Conversely, supplicatory prayer means asking something of God in the same manner a child might ask something of a parent. Early in Jesus' ministry, when his disciples asked him who was the greatest in the kingdom of heaven, Jesus called a little child to him and told the disciples, "---except you be converted, and become as little children, you shall not enter the kingdom of heaven." And what do innocent little children do? They do a lot of supplication, a lot of asking. From the moment they are born their cry is supplicatory: Without words, they ask to be fed when hungry, ask for liquids when thirsty, and ask for relief of pain when hurting. In the garden of Gethsemane, before his crucifixion, Jesus made a childlike supplicatory prayer that his heavenly Father might spare him the agony of the cross. Three times he asked before accepting the Father's will. Just as a little child might address his earthly father as "Dad," or "Daddy," so did Jesus address his heavenly Father as "Abba. In Aramaic, the language of Jesus, Abba is the equivalent of a little child addressing his father as "Dad," or "Daddy." Let us, therefore, become as humble as little children before asking God for something. Then, let us take to heart Jesus' words: "Ask, and it shall be given you." This remarkable book teaches the secret of achieving that state of childlike humility by introducing a new concept of supplicatory prayer. The secret is in knowing how to pray correctly, that is, in knowing how to actually make a correct prayer. This book also holds particular significance for those who lack confidence that their prayers are heard. It differs from all other books on prayer in that it teaches a structured method of supplicatory prayer versus the rote method taught by religion. Although not religious, the book is grounded on biblical principles based on the author's 32 years of extensive study of Judeo-Christian tenets as they apply to supplicatory prayer. Each of the book's eleven chapters is an important part of the prayer structure. If you learn to pray correctly, you'll be given the wisdom to understand why some prayers are answered while others are not. The secret has to do with understanding the reciprocal nature of life on earth: In nature, something is sacrificed in return for something else. (Example: a flower sacrifices its nectar to the bee in return for the bee's pollen). The same principle applies to correctly made supplicatory prayer. But all you need to sacrifice is a little of your life-force by way of your "breath-of-life." This symbolic gesture puts you in a reciprocal state of mind ready to receive answers to your prayers. The technique on how to do this is demonstrated in this book, in a simple 3-minute breathing exercise, which includes the correct number of breaths to sacrifice before praying. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Learning how to make a correct supplicatory prayer. The first thing to pray for. Trust God, not your own judgement as to your needs. 2. How to become spiritually healthy. Why you are not a bad person just
📒How To Pray ✍ Dr. Ronnie Floyd
✏How to Pray Book Summary : Since he committed to begin every day in prayer, pastor Ronnie Floyd's life, family and his ministry have been revolutionized by the power therein. In this book, Floyd invites believers to join him in "Prayer 101," an introduction to a life-long journey of intimacy with God.
📒How To Pray ✍ E. Stanley Jones
✏How to Pray Book Summary : When the disciples asked Jesus, “Lord, teach us to pray,” they uttered one of the deepest and most universal cries of the human heart. For men of all ages have instinctively felt that prayer is the distilled essence of religion. If we know how to pray, we know how to be religious; if not, then religion is a closed book. Where there is no effective prayer life, the heart of religion has ceased to beat and religion becomes a dead body of forms and customs and dogmas. And yet how few Christians have an effective prayer life! (And this includes many ministers.) If I were to put my finger on the greatest lack in American Christianity, I would unhesitatingly point to the need for an effective prayer life among laity and ministers. Kagawa once said to second-generation Japanese Christians on the West Coast: “Your greatest lack is that you do not know how to pray.” He saw that their Christianity was anemic and ineffective, because they had not learned the discipline of prayer. If I had one gift, and only one gift, to make to the Christian Church, I would offer the gift of prayer. For everything follows from prayer. Prayer tones up the total life. I find by actual experience I am better or worse as I pray more or less. If my prayer life sags, my whole life sags with it; if my prayer life goes up, my life as a whole goes up with it. To fail here is to fail all down the line; to succeed here is to succeed everywhere. In the prayer time the battle of the spiritual life is lost or won. Prayer is not an optional subject in the curriculum of living. It is a required subject; it is the required subject. And there is no graduation into adequate human living without prayer. Perhaps we are all more or less convinced of this viewpoint, but the “how” of prayer is the crux of the difficulty. To try to answer that word “how” is the burden of these articles. I propose to begin at the lowest rung of the ladder so that no one will feel I begin beyond him.
📒They Knew How To Pray ✍ Tom Carter
✏They Knew How to Pray Book Summary : They Knew How to Pray invites you to study with biblical masters of prayer. They will counsel you with their cries to God, ignite your faith with their spiritual passion, and mold your heart to God's.
📒How To Pray ✍ Evangelist Leon Kabasele
✏How to Pray Book Summary : My first book, Jesus Christ Is My God, explains that in this world, we are not alone. Your family may abandon you, your husband or wife or boyfriend or girlfriend may forsake you, but Jesus Christ will never let you go. Even on a hospital bed, he will be there with you. My second book, Spiritual Development, is about how you can develop both spiritually and physically. The book discusses all sixteen chapters of the book of Romans, especially as it connects to your life today. The book also discusses the book of Philemon. Those two books analyse biblical passages from Jewish and Christian versions of the Holy Book. I have a keen eye for etymology and offer finely detailed explanations of many of the original Hebrew and Greek terms in the Bible. My third book, Christian Philosophy: Understanding Racial Oppression, discusses Christian philosophy and the ideology of colonisation. The book discusses many Christian issues, including creation and how this world functions, and reveals many top secrets. The book was written with my understanding of Christian philosophy in this modern time. The book does not reveal private secrets but exposes some important things. This book, How to Pray: The 12 Top Secrets of Prayer and Concentration, can help in good prayer orientation. It develops the way that we think of prayer. I discuss the prayer in terms of concentration how people can start their prayers and how the prayers should end. In todays world, many issues need to be prayed about before making decisions. Sometimes people make decisions without consulting God, and many decisions and laws fail due to this bad orientation.
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📒How To Pray For Healing ✍ Che Ahn
✏How to Pray for Healing Book Summary : This book is an account of the author's personal journey through healing and into a healing ministry. With a simple and down-to-earth style, the author demystifies the idea of healing the sick through prayer. His goal is to encourage others to use the power of prayer as a main line of defense. He explains the basic theology of healing and how to pray for yourself and others. There is also a section that discusses the times when God does not heal. Should we always expect healing? This introduction to the subject of prayer and healing balances the miraculous with the practical and draws from such well known sources a John Wimber, Francis McNutt, Smith Wigglesworth and others. Many personal stories included.
📒Approaching God ✍ Steve Brown
✏Approaching God Book Summary : A spiritual guide on how to pray cites the importance of focusing on God rather than on oneself, while it defines the basic theology of prayer and addresses such issues as unanswered prayers.