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E.M. Bounds: Man of Prayer

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The name of E.M. Bounds is familiar to anyone who has an interest in prayer. In a world awash in books that jam the isles of bookstores everywhere, few will even begin to survive the lifetime of the authors, but that is not true of E.M. Bounds. After a century, many of his books are still in print. Their long life is a testimony to the timeliness of the prayer lessons he ...more
Hardcover, 253 pages
Published January 1st 1991 by Zondervan
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Jon
Nov 10, 2016 Jon rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A brief, helpful bio-sketch of the man behind the enduring prayer classics.
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This book is about E.M. Bounds, who was a prayer warrior and who had, humanly speaking, a hard time on this earth. His life can in some ways be compared to Job's life, because he lost everything early in his life. He was imprisoned more than twice, His wife and then two sons died and he was like an outcast. I was very motivated and encouraged by his story, because in spite of all these problems he had a close relationship with God, woke up very early in the morning, lived by faith and was always ...more
Adam Shields
Aug 19, 2011 Adam Shields rated it really liked it
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Short review: This is a short book. The audio is only 2 hours and 26 minutes. But if you are serious about learning about prayer this is one of the men that helped define prayer for the 20th century. His books, especially Power through Prayer, have been continually in print for almost 100 years. Bounds went through the Civil War and very difficult times after that but seemed more intent on prayer every day until his death. The book is out o
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Amanda
Sep 03, 2016 Amanda rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: spiritual, audiobook
I was hoping this book would share about how he prayed. It was much more just about his life and more of a biography. Very short read, sharing how much he valued prayer and made it a huge part of his life.
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Lyle W. Dorsett received his B.A. in history (1960) and M.A. in history (1962) from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and his Ph.D. in history from the University of Missouri-Columbia (1965). He began his teaching career at the University of Missouri, moving briefly to the Univ. of Southern California and University of Colorado at Denver, before he joined the history department at the ...more
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