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Reflections on Private Prayer

by Mike Endicott

Publisher: Christian Publications International
ISBN: 978-1-78926-515-6
Ebook ISBN: 9781913741006
Format: 131pp

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Description

This book addresses our doubts on the subject. It does not set out to teach a method of praying that will ‘get’ God to do what we want; how to pray, or when to pray, or what to pray for. It does try to recognise, importantly, that the great movers and shakers of this world quite simply are not who we might think they are – our celebrities or politicians or economists. The real change-makers in the world are those who pray.

Author

MIKE ENDICOTT is a pioneering ordained Christian minister who has founded ‘Well Centres’ in Wales and internationally, teaching and encouraging many in the field of Christian healing. He is the author of numerous books including Rediscovering Kingdom Healing. His theme of life in the kingdom is further developed in this new book, on the basis that believers are ambassadors for Jesus Christ, and that praying from an awareness of that position and calling, in friendship and partnership with the Lord and in line with his revealed will, is effective prayer.

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