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A Praying Lifeby Paul Miller
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In fact, prayer is so hard that most of us simply do not pray unless an illness or a public setting, such as saying grace at a meal, demands it. Prayerlessness is rooted in a core unbelief that can shape our lives, even as Christians. Because of prayerlessness, our lives are often marked by fear, anxiety, joylessness, and spiritual lethargy.
If prayerlessness marks your life more often than not, then this book is for you. Basing his text on the popular PrayerLife seminar, which has encouraged thousands of Christians to a vibrant prayer life, Paul Miller writes to the heart of the matter. This is, indeed, the book for any Christian who wants to know the joy and power of a vibrant prayer life.
A Praying Life is an honest look at the difficulties of prayer, unanswered prayers, and successes in prayer.
Short 5-minute readings make it easy to learn church history and deepen your faith.
Become better rooted in your faith. This book is ideal for readers who want to be well-versed in the major points of church history without having to obtain a seminary degree. Who are the major leaders who shaped the history of the church? Understand the big picture of church history and be more grounded in your faith in just minutes per day. These brief, five-minute readings make it easy.
Understand the big picture of church history and be more grounded in your faith. This guidebook answers questions of the faith in easy-to-follow ways.
About the Author
Paul Miller is director of seeJesus.net, an organization that develops interactive Bible studies for small groups. He is the author of Love Walked Among Us (NavPress), The PrayerLife Study, The Person of Jesus, an interactive study of the wonder of Jesus and his love. He also travels widely and teaches Jesus Weekends, Person of Jesus seminars, and PrayerLife seminars. Paul and his wife, Jill, have six children and live near Philadelphia.
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