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A Little Book on Prayer Justin Griffin

A Little Book on Prayer

Justin Griffin

Published February 26th 2013
ISBN : 9780615724447
Paperback
52 pages
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 About the Book 

The story of prayer is the story of great achievements. Prayer is a wonderful power placed by Almighty God in the hands of His children, which they can use to accomplish great purposes and to achieve unusual results. Prayer reaches to everything,MoreThe story of prayer is the story of great achievements. Prayer is a wonderful power placed by Almighty God in the hands of His children, which they can use to accomplish great purposes and to achieve unusual results. Prayer reaches to everything, takes in all things great and small which are promised by God to His beloved. There are no limits to prayer, for they are backed by the promises of God and His infinite ability to fulfill what He has decreed.If one desires to have a deeper relationship with the only living God of the universe, then this little book on prayer can help. Yet, one needs to read this book through the Holy Spirit that dwells within them. Simply being smart or sophisticated will not help someone understand the teachings in this book. Head smarts and education are good, but true believers are to look to God the Holy Spirit to lead them, especially when it concerns spiritual matters such as those discussed in this work.Also, while reading this book, one should stay in constant communication with the Almighty. Pray, meditate, and talk to God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit as you interact with this little book on prayer. Furthermore, this book was not written to make one feel bad or guilty about their prayer life. No, this book was written to bring to light the spiritual power available to those who are indwelt with God the Holy Spirit (Romans 5:5- 1Corinthians 6:19).Finally, this book covers a very important issue. To handle such a significant topic so cavalierly as not to fully read the book or only skim it will do more to impair the reader than prepare the reader to fully comprehend how the Holy Spirit, the Bible, the believer and prayer all work together.The author strongly recommends you read this book through twice with pen in hand. Read the book completely the first time to ensure that you fully grasp the main idea, and then read the study a second time to grasp the finer points. As you read, mark areas of interest. Underline those sentences or paragraphs that you want to explore further. Circle the page number of a particular page that you may want to return to later. Write your thoughts and feelings in the margins as you read. Finally, take time to prayerfully answer all the questions.