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Ordinary Prayer: Encountering God Through Our Everyday Needs

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Everybody struggles with prayer. It is one of the most difficult things we are commanded to do. In fact, if we are not careful, we will allow a host of excuses to keep us from obeying God's command to pray-that is, to ask Him for things; to pray in petitions. Against this difficulty, Ordinary Prayer is a guide, in plain and accessible language, to discovering both the ...more
Paperback, 174 pages
Published January 24th 2013 by J. Michael Rios Publications
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Ruthe Turner
Apr 15, 2016 Ruthe Turner rated it it was amazing
I have just finished reading “Ordinary Prayer” for the second time. I also took copious notes for my own benefit, and I’ll be reading and referring to the book again and again – it’s that good. It concerns a subject that should be something I had already mastered – praying – just praying ordinary prayers to God. While I confess to being at least one generation older than Rios, I learned so much from this young pastor – the book is full of wonderful, useful information. Because of this book, my ...more
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