What it Means to Pray Through

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E.J. Dabney, 1945 - Prayer - 215 pages
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I have this book in my library. I lived with her brother in law, Bishop J.P. Dabney and his wife Mother B.L. Dabney as a boy for three years. I heard about Mother E. J. Dabney's tremenous prayer ministry but never had the opportunity to meet her. This book is one of the most inspirational books I have ever read. 

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I read this book about a year or so ago, and it changed my life. I started praying for God to bring us sinners, and He did. He also started me on a prayer vigil like Sister Dabney had where I am awake during the night and pray quite a bit. This is difficult because my elderly mother lives with me, and I have a full life. But, I wish this book was in a hard copy somewhere. It is a miracle that this book is available.  

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Chapter Page I Family Altar
9
The Dark Days
22
Angels Guard the Highway
35

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