Prayer and Spiritual Warfare

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Whitaker House, Mar 1, 2002 - Religion - 126 pages
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You Can Receive Answers to Your Prayers! "An all-time classic from a giant of prayer"Have you regularly received answers to your prayers? E. M. Bounds will lead you into a greater understanding of the importance of a healthy prayer life. As a great man of prayer, his writings have left a legacy of intimate and powerful communication with God that can also be yours.Prayer is the Christian's lifeline, the Christian's weapon, the Christian's assurance of victory over every spiritual enemy.Here, E. M. Bounds shows how you can obtain the spiritual armor you need in order to emerge victorious in every battle. He'll show you not only how you can have an effective and powerful prayer life, but also how you can...* Remove hindrances to answered prayer* Receive prompt and abundant answers to prayer* Develop a joyfulness in prayer* Bring the promises of God from the unbelievable into the believableDiscover how you can experience greater depth and power in your prayer life, and how you can defeat every spiritual enemy. The victory is already yours!

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Review: Prayer and Spiritual Warfare: Receiving Answers to Your Prayers

User Review  - Micky -

This book is actually Dr. E.M. Bounds' The Necessity of Prayer under a new title. I have the highest regard for Dr. Bounds and his entire collection of 8 booklets on prayer. He not only discusses ... Read full review

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User Review  - Emanuel's Christian Church -

Outstanding, and very convicting. This book will change your perspective on God, and on what is required for prayer to be effective. One of our Sunday morning adult classes is using it for study, and some are pushing ahead because they can't set the book down. Read full review

About the author (2002)

Edward McKendree Bounds (1835-1913) has given us a powerful legacy of prayer, believing it to be the strongest link between God and man. Bounds was a pastor and editor who spent many years reading, writing, praying, and taking part in revival ministry. Deeply concerned for the world, Bounds would rise at 4 A.M. to pray. Since the time of the apostles, no man besides Bounds has left such a rich inheritance of research into the life of prayer.

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