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Prayer -- Beholding God's Glory

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Starting with the question "What is prayer?," this little book goes on to consider how prayer can help us "see" God's glory. Includes discussion on proper preparation for praying and answers the question, "Must we agonize in prayer?"
- Includes questions for action and reflection
Paperback, 24 pages
Published May 1st 1989 by NavPress Publishing Group
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Wade
Jan 09, 2009 Wade rated it liked it
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This is a good and short booklet on prayer. It is encouraging us to remember to just be with God in prayer and in praise, as opposed to only coming to Him when we need something.
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Sep 16, 2009 Kate Hyde rated it liked it
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This book was mainly review for me, but it was still a very inspiring read. The author shows really well why and how we should pray.
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