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50 Ways to Pray by Teresa Blythe
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May 23, 11


This book is a compilation of various ways for a Christian to pray. It leans decidedly more to the mystical, but that is not a bad thing. A few starch respectable Christians might really benefit from her recommendations, and it is at least interesting to see how different and varied prayer can be. I really appreciate how Blythe drew many (most?) of her recommendations back to their source, which often included very old church "fathers" or figures.

I am, however, a little sad that she didn't include just a few more of my pet favorite methods (like George Muller) and maybe a bit more on traditional methods of prayer.
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message 1: by Nathan (new)

Nathan I knew you were polytheistic!


message 2: by Ki (new) - rated it 3 stars

Ki Nathan wrote: "I knew you were polytheistic!"

Har har. Does that mean I'm communist because I've read the Manifesto?


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