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Christians and Bibles
Author: Edward Bounds
ISBN: 076842464X
Subcategory: Christian Living
Pages 174 pages
Publisher Destiny Image (September 18, 2007)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
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eBook Possibilities of Prayer (Authentic Original Classic) download

by Edward Bounds


Author Edward M. Bounds, a prolific writer about prayer, focuses on the purpose in prayer rather than the purpose of prayer-and answers many . Books related to Purpose in Prayer: (Authentic Original Classic).

Author Edward M. Bounds, a prolific writer about prayer, focuses on the purpose in prayer rather than the purpose of prayer-and answers many questions you may have about how to improve your prayer time. Why don't we pray more? "Other duties become pressing and absorbing and crowd out prayer.

The Reality Of Prayer" by . Bounds focuses on how prayer is God's plan to use His great abundance to supply man's need. Among the points covered include: 1. Prayer is the avenue through which God meets man's needs.

In this wonderful classic book about prayer, author Edward M Bounds, clearly identifies those throughout the Bible who knew the importance of praying to God. From Joshua and Jacob, and Samuel and Samson, to Daniel and David, and Peter and Paul, the sidnificance that prayer. From Joshua and Jacob, and Samuel and Samson, to Daniel and David, and Peter and Paul, the sidnificance that prayer made in the lives of biblical men is unquestionable

What is prayer with a purpose? "The definite and direct utterance of one who knew that he had the ear of God, and that God had the willingness as well as the power to grant the petition which he asked of Hi. .

What is prayer with a purpose? "The definite and direct utterance of one who knew that he had the ear of God, and that God had the willingness as well as the power to grant the petition which he asked of Hi. There are basics of prayer.

Possibilities and Necessity of Prayer. EDWARD MCKENDREE BOUNDS (1835-1913) was born in Missouri

Possibilities and Necessity of Prayer. More and Better Praying the Secret of Success. Incidents of Mighty Prayer. EDWARD MCKENDREE BOUNDS (1835-1913) was born in Missouri. He studied deeply in the Scriptures and was greatly inspired by the writings of John Wesley. At the age of 24, he felt called to be a preacher and became a Methodist Pastor around the time of the American Civil War.

More in Authentic Original Classics Series. Author Edward M. Bounds, a prolific writer about prayer, focuses on the purpose in prayer rather than the purpose of prayer and answers many questions you may have about how to improve your prayer time. Why don't we pray more?

More in Authentic Original Classics Series. Destiny Image, 2011, ePub.

Edwards Bounds books on prayer,the necessity of prayer, the essentials of prayer, powerthrough prayer, purpose . The term classic can appropriately be applied to this outstanding book.

Edwards Bounds books on prayer,the necessity of prayer, the essentials of prayer, powerthrough prayer, purpose of prayer and the weapon of prayer. His books on prayer have been continual best-sellers for over fifty years. In twenty provocative and inspiring chapters, each prefaced with quotations from spiritual giants, Edward M. Bounds stresses the imperative of vital prayer in the life of a pastor.

The Possibilities of Prayer book. This is my first Edward Bounds book to read all the way through. Before I had only been exposed to snippets from others' writings. I rank Bounds with Gordon, Richardson and McIntyre for his clarity in communication and high view of prayer's effect.

The Possibilities of Prayer - E. M. Bounds. Prayer in its magnitude is length without end, width without bounds, height without top, and depth without bottom. Edward McKendree Bounds (1835-1913) practiced law for three years until he was called to preach the gospel. While serving as chaplain during the Civil War, he was captured and held prisoner in Nashville, Tennessee. After his release, he held several pastorates. Illimitable in its breadth, exhaustless in height, fathomless in depths and infinite in extension.

His classic books on the personal communication with God explore how . Edward McKendree Bounds was a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal.

His classic books on the personal communication with God explore how prayer must come from the whole being and strengthens faith in Christian lives. In The Possibilities of Prayer E. Bounds addresses; The Ministry of Prayer, Prayer and the Promises, Its Possibilities, Answered Prayer, Divine Providence and much more. Edward McKendree Bounds was a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal Church South and author of eleven books, nine of which focused on the subject of prayer.

The Possibilities of Prayer

"The providence of God goes before His saints, opens the way, removes difficulties, solves problems and brings deliverances when escape seems hopeless."

"Anything's possible"-a familiar saying; but when you add prayer to the phrase, the possibilities are infinite!

Prayer is powerful. "Prayer over everything can quiet every distraction, hush every anxiety, and lift every care from care-enslaved lives and from care-bewildered hearts."

Prayer is peaceful. "Prayer brings God's providence into action...overseeing and directing earth's affairs for the good of all. Prayer opens the way..."

Prayer is faithful. "Faith has never won a victory nor gained a crown where prayer was not the weapon of the victory, and where prayer did not jewel the crown."

Prayer is hopeful. "His giving His Son is the assurance and guarantee that He will freely give all things to him who believes and prays."

In this classic, author Edward Bounds gives you reasons to pray based on the promises of God. His candid discussion about why and how to pray will make you think about The Possibilities of Prayer!

Arakus
E.M. Bounds understood true authentic prayer. Although God is Sovereign He awaits us to get before Him in earnest prayer. The passion for eternal things and an ear toward God has diminished he states, and more so, he believes that if you don't pray you rob yourself of God's help. Spiritual prosperity and the advancement of the Gospel are created by and inspired by prayer. Prayer molds us into the image of God and and at the same time molds others as we pray.

Great warning and advice to preachers in that a prayerless preacher will have missed his calling or failed God. The outpouring of God's Spirit is predicated upon prayer and revival comes at the end of a season of real praying led by layman working in harmony with God.

Those working outside of ministry also have a responsibility to pray for the preacher. In fact, prayerlessness can hinder the success of his work. Toward the end are examples of God's great servants that were devoted to the ministry of prayer. This book will help you understand in a more solid way how God delights and requires our prayers and the necessity of prayer for a powerful life and God's movement.

It is not coincidental that great outpourings occurred in the past; rather it is a wake up call today to return to our First Love with a fervent heart. Many have settled into complacency expecting others to carry the brunt of prayer. In God's eyes it is not acceptable. Allow this book to stir within you a new or renewed fire that will change the atmosphere and circumstances around you.
Jorius
Early in my Christian life I was provided a reading list, similarly seen in major corporations and government agencies today. One of the great established authors on this list covered the subject of prayer. Yes, it was E.M. Bounds, and his classic 19th Century Power Through Prayer. Little did I know until recently that this book with it's Civil War battlefield-proven thoughts on the subject had companions. I had even downloaded a couple of them onto my blackberry. And yet, that was not enough. I had to have my own paper copy, and Kindle copy of this particular writing. Words that could be read not only during travel, but in the quiet of my own home with marker and journal.

It is in this writing that Chaplain Bounds goes beyond his traditional thesis of the Holy Spirit working through great men of prayer, to the more intimate explanation, necessity, and rallying, obviously through personal experience, of the depths and the realities of prayer. You can almost sense the smoke of battle on him as you read, like seeing the glory of God surrounding Moses from being in His presence.

Although a challenging read, as are most writings from the centuries beyond that require an adjustment to reading speed, the resulting navigation and reward are both encouraging and desiring, toward our own use of The Weapon of Prayer.

Don Carmichael, author, Warriors of Peace, Devotions for the Daily Battles of Life
Precious
This book was so Faith inspiring and caused me to seek prayer so much more. I can see how we are in the shape we're in because of lack of prayer and an convicted
wanderpool
Ask and it shall be given. It's just that simple to just ask in Jesus' name. This book speaks because of The Weapon of Prayer. It should be apart of every saint of God.
Maldarbaq
Prayer is not often regarded as a weapon by many Christians in their daily lives. Prayer is in actuality the greatest weapon we have. The sword - God's word - tells us that we need to pray, constantly, consistently and about everything. Prayer is the thing that opens the true lines of communication with God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

As Christians we strive for a relationship with the Father. This can only be achieved through speaking to God. There is only one way to do this and that is through prayer.

Open up your communication lines and utilise the greatest weapon we have - Prayer - in your everyday lives. I loved the book and can only recommend that you read this as part of the schooling needed by Christians. Make the time - you won't regret it!
Goll
Very disappointed in this recent publication of a classic as there are many typos. With such errors in editing and printing it begs the question if it is accurate duplication of the original work. As I don’t have an older publication to compare, at this moment, unable to tell. Sending book back to find older printing.
Yainai
This book, and others of E.M. Bounds, encourages the reader to pray. But not just pray, but to be be emboldened to pray. Prayer, believing prayer, will change the pray-er and change the circumstances being prayed for. Bounds' references and short biographies of recent prayer giants gives the reader faith that God can and will use even the least of His saints in this glorious task of prayer. I recommend this book to all who would fulfill their purpose in Christ and seek the glory of our Heavenly Father.
The writer of this book was so anointed. Such a man of God. I actually cried several times reading this. It is so beautiful. I have a much richer prayer life because of this author.