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Could You Not Tarry One Hour: Learning the Joy of Prayer

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Most people don't enjoy prayer. Knowing the necessity and value of prayer isn't necessarily enough to make it a pleasant task. This best-selling book can how you how to make the time you spend with God each day a delightful one. Lea shares the teaching and experiences that have helped him to transform his prayer life from drudgery to delight. It can do the same for yours. ...more
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Published September 20th 2012 by Charisma House (first published October 1985)
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Elijah Lee
May 10, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
wow~~ you know what?
It is so slow to read a book in English for me~ hahaha
but I guarantee you guys that this book is so amazing~
Even one guy can change the world...if he or she prays just one hour a day... :)
Carmenalicia
Jan 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Meaty, read it slow, take it in, will change your prayer life :)
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“Every believer may not be called to preach, but every Christian is called to pray. Prayer is our duty. Prayer is our privilege. Prayer, like air, water and food, is necessary for our survival and growth. But many believers regard prayer as an optional activity.” 0 likes
“They feared the giants instead of God. They focused on the problems instead of the promises. They saw walled cities instead of the will of God. And because they missed what the Spirit was saying, they wandered in the desert 40 years. They died there and their bones bleached in the wilderness.” 0 likes
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