Living a Prayerful Life

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Bethany House, Dec 1, 2002 - Religion - 160 pages
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Writing to encourage believers, Murray desired that all Christians discover the abundant life in Christ available to those who pray fervently. Identifying prayerlessness as a serious sin of omission, he instructs sincere believers in how to be delivered from this sin and make prayer a priority, resulting in the blessing of renewed fellowship with Christ. Originally titled The Prayer Life, this devotional classic includes examples from the lives of the apostle Paul, George Müller, Hudson Taylor, and more.
 

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Contents
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Suggestions for Private Prayer The Use of Time and the Example of Paul Ministers of the Spirit Preaching and Prayer Wholeheartedness Follow Me ...
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Examples in Godly Men
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Light From the Inner Room
125
The Spirit of the Cross in Our Lord
133
The Spirit of the Cross in Us
137
We Are Crucified With Christ
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The Holy Spirit and the Cross
143
The Cross in Contrast to the Flesh and the World
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The Spirit and the Cross
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Christ Our Example
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Epilogue
157
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Andrew Murray was born in South Africa in 1828. After receiving his education in Scotland and Holland, he returned to South Africa and spent many years there as both a pastor and missionary. He wrote over two hundred books, including some of the most enduring classics of Christian literature. He and his wife, Emma, raised eight children, and it is said that their home was an endless stream of activity.

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