Companions: Christ-Centered Prayer

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Xulon Press, 2004 - Religion - 308 pages
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Drawing from his varied professional experiences with the human-animal bond, Dr. Don, as he was fondly know by his clientele, provides a systematic way for us to study prayer from a Christ-centered perspective. From delivering a calf on a bitter cold snowy night to treating a pet snake with a rash, his incorporation of unique experiences with animals and their people into the intricacies of prayer provides a lasting impression of the relationship that Christ longs for with us, His companions. Through tears of sorrow and peals of laughter in these true stories of love and compassion in animal health care, Dr. Don draws fresh insight into each chapter, emphasizing key elements in a memorable way. This book is written in a clear, easy-to-understand, uplifting style, and it is based on sound Christian theology.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
13
ELEMENTS
33
DECLINING
83
METHOD
91
WHO HEARS
125
COVENANTS
169
A C T S
199
THE LORDS PRAYER
233
NO END
299
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