Synopses & Reviews
Many Christians long to see greater depth in their praying but don't know where to turn. Bible-expositor Arthur Pink reminds readers that Scripture itself has much to teach us about prayer. In this book, Pink gives us a rich and detailed look at the prayers of Paul - showing us not only how to pray, but giving us greater insight into Paul himself, his relationship with God, and the people he served.
Bible expositor Arthur Pink gives us a detailed look at the prayers of Paul showing us not only how to pray, but giving us greater insight into Paul himself, his relationship with God, and the people he served.
About the Author
ARTHUR W. PINK
was born in Nottingham, England, in 1886. His widespread ministry included pastorates in Australia and the United States. He originated Studies in the Scriptures
, a monthly magazine concerned solely with the expostion of the Scripture. Pink was rarely sidetracked from the great themes of Scripture--grace, justification, and sanctification--and in his writings the work of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit receive their proper emphasis as well. Arthur Pink died in Stornway, Scotland, in 1952.
Table of Contents
1. Prayer and Praise
2. Instruction in Prayer
3. Prayer in Hope
4. Prayer for Peace
5. Prayer for Insight
6. Prayer for Weaker Brothers
7. Prayer Concerning Tribulation
8. Prayer in Aflliction
9. Prayer of Benediction
10. Prayer of Gratitude
11. Prayer for Faith and Knowledge
12. Prayer for Understanding
13. Prayer for Spiritual Apprehension
14. Prayer for Appreciation of Christ's Triumph