Wednesday, June 21, 2006

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Praying the Ten Commandments
Cleddie Keith

Have you ever thought why we should celebrate the Ten Commandments? What does the Ten Commandments and prayer have in common? Cleddie Keith lifts the Ten Commandments out of their natural habitat as a legal document and presents them as powerful truths that will motivate the believer towards prayer.

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How to Pray When You Don't Know What to Say
More Than 50 Ways to Approach God
Elmer Tonws

It's time to take your prayer life out of the box.
Perhaps you've gotten pretty good at asking, thanking and seeking forgiveness when you pray. (Or maybe you haven't.) But did you know there are dozens of other biblical models for prayer? For example, praying without words, praying with a partner, meditating and intercessory prayer. And what about your nagging questions? Is there a right way to pray? Is God always listening?

This is a breakthrough book for students, parents, pastors, new believers, long-time prayer warriors, or anyone who may be in a prayer rut or drought.

There's no guilt trip here. This book will take you on a journey of discovery that will blow the doors off your prayer life. And the rest of your life will never be the same.

Never be distracted or frustrated with your quiet time again. Get excited about meeting with God. And don't miss the chapters on praying in times of doubt, prayers for healing and warfare prayer.

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Learning to Pray Through the Psalms
James W. Sire


Weariness. Wonder. Joy. Longing. Anger.

These are the feelings of the Psalms: honest expressions of pain and joy penned by real people in the midst of real life circumstances. Though they were written centuries ago, the Psalms still resonate deeply with us today, giving voice to our thoughts and longings:

"Out of the depths I cry to you, O LORD." (Psalm 130:1)

"God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble." (Psalm 46:1)

"As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, O God." (Psalm 84:2)

In Learning to Pray Through the Psalms, James W. Sire teaches us to take our appreciation for this rich book of Scripture a step further. Choosing ten specific psalms, Sire offers background information that helps us read each one with deeper insight and then lays out a meditative, step-by-step approach to using the psalmists' words as a guide for our own personal conversation with God. A group study is also included in each chapter, along with a guide for praying through the psalm in community.

The Lord loves when his people pray. And his Word is a powerful tool for framing honest, intimate prayers. Sire's innovative approach will enrich our minds and our souls as we read more perceptively and pray with all of our emotions.

http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3332




Praying with Purpose
A 25-Day Journey to an Empowered Prayer Life
Stephen Rummage; Michele Henderson Rummage

Using Scripture passages, applications, and a prayer guide, Praying with Purpose is a five-week study designed to teach believers how to pray without ceasing. Perfect for church use, small groups, or individual study.

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