The 21 Most Effective Prayers of the Bible

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Barbour Publishing, 2005 - Religion - 175 pages
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The 21 Most Effective Prayers of the Bible speaks to believers of all ages, backgrounds, and maturity levels with an uplifting message: that the prayers of the Bible are prayers for us today. Not an exhaustive, scholarly study, this very readable volume investigates twenty-one heartfelt prayers that produced results. Author David Earley shares personal examples from years of ministry that illustrate how these deepest petitions worked not only for Biblical heroes, but also for Christians of today. Hope and encouragement are the hallmarks of this collection, encouraging the reader to greater faith in the power of effective prayer.
 

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Good book

User Review  - Zakia R. - Overstock.com

This is a very good book that contains some good advice to enhance your prayer life. It will keep you encouraged to pray faithfully. I shared it with one of the young people in the youth ministry at ... Read full review

A must for short quick effective prayers

User Review  - chichi - Christianbook.com

Excellent little book recommended to me by my Pastor's wife. Quick two or three word prayers easy to remember and apply to your life. Very interesting Biblical stories relating to these short prayers. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
The Prayer of Eliezer
The Prayer of Jacob
The Prayer of Moses
The Prayer of Gideon
The Prayer of Hannah
The Prayer of David
The Prayer of Jabez
The Prayer of Nehemiah
The Prayer of Nehemiah
Isaiahs Response to Gods Call
The Prayer of the Disciples
The Prayer of the Blind Men
The Prayer of the Disciples
The Prayer of a Desperate Mother
The Prayer of the Disciples

The Prayer of Solomon
The Prayer of Elijah
The Prayer of Hezekiah
The Preyer of Asa
The Prayer of the Tax Collector
The Prayer of Jesus
22FINAL THOUGHTS
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Dave Earley holds a doctorate of divinity from Liberty University.

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