Prayer's Potential

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Xulon Press, Dec 1, 2008 - Religion - 144 pages
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Mark Taylor is just like anyone else who is struggling with the overwhelming trials of life; he has seen failure and has seen God's blessings. Mark has walked the hard road; one he chose for himself. He finally took the turn at one of the crossroads in life that allowed Jesus to come in reconstruct his heart. The point of this book is to help and encourage people to pray and in some way to get prayer going in ones life. The answers to living in this world are by being in contact with God, the Author and the Creator of the universe and you. There are only two basic functions you need to do: one is to pray and the other is to read the Bible. If you will do these two things day in and day out, not just when you have problems, the Father will make Himself real to you and you will be able to recognize Him. Your spiritual character will determine your prayer's effectiveness. Mark Taylor has been involved in ministry since 1988. He and his wife, Sue, live in Southwestern Missouri. They are both Bible teachers and own Sky High Broadcasting Corporation. Mark co-hosts a National Radio Program. He and Sue also host radio talk shows, and are speakers at local events and churches Mark Taylor 13509 Hwy AA Neosho, MO 64850 mtaylor@kneo.org
 

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Contents

Section 1
ix
Section 2
xi
Section 3
15
Section 4
19
Section 5
27
Section 6
33
Section 7
39
Section 8
47
Section 12
75
Section 13
83
Section 14
89
Section 15
99
Section 16
105
Section 17
111
Section 18
117
Section 19
119

Section 9
53
Section 10
61
Section 11
69
Section 20
125
Section 21
135
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About the author (2008)

Mark Taylor is a lecturer at the University of Sheffield and Deputy Director of the Sheffield Institute for Biotechnological Law and Ethics. His primary research interest concerns the legal and ethical issues raised by scientific developments in genetic testing and screening technologies.

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