The Hidden Life of Prayer: The Lifeblood of the Christian

The Hidden Life of Prayer: The Lifeblood of the Christian Review

Private or secret prayer is the life-blood of the Christian. The great men and women of God down through the ages have testified to the effectiveness of this in their lives. Some like Martin Luther, have said that they could not survive a busy day without spending 2-3 hours alone with God. Drawing on the experiences of people like Luther, Spurgeon, Muller, Whitefield and Wesley, the author presses the case for a greater commitment to prayer. His advice may not only transform your life, it could be a catalyst towards a change in the world around you.

Title:The Hidden Life of Prayer: The Lifeblood of the Christian
Edition Language:English

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    The Hidden Life of Prayer: The Lifeblood of the Christian Reviews

  • Mike Knox

    This book will help you to pray. It strings together what some of the great prayer warriors of the past have had to say about prayer (p.20). You’ll hear from hall-of-famers like Andrew Bonar, Robert...

  • Ryan Hawkins

    I listened to this on audiobook. It’s a short work, but it is definitely a book to be read rather than listened to. And in the future, I’ll definitely do so.As for the content, it was a typical pr...

  • LeAnn

    A tough read but very worthwhile....

  • Carrie

    Wow. What an excellent book! I learned so much about prayer and how much richer it can be. It's really helped me think differently. I had such a small view of prayer before; it's so much bigger and mo...

  • Bob Bloor

    Very good, challenging book on prayer. Full of quotes from other, earlier writers. I recommend this book for anyone who wants to become more serious about their prayer life....

  • Kari

    Book Club book for February 2019. Powerful (and painful--in a good way) book.All my thoughts on each chapter are here: https://www.stonesoupforfive.com/sear......

  • Jenn

    Straight to the point, and very helpful. I will definitely read this again!...

  • Nathan Moore

    This is a very good little book on prayer. If it was any other subject I'd probably be inclined to give only 4/5 stars but since there seems to be such a shortage of good books on prayer I'm feeling g...

  • Al

    This is a very good addition to works on prayer such as those from Beeke, as well as classic authors such as Luther. It serves to reinforce the necessary commitment we must all have to a life of priva...

  • Becky Pliego

    This is the second time I am going through this book -with Tim Challies and his readers- (June 2012)Good book, but personally I don't like that at times it seems to be more a collection of quotes, tha...