theplaceofprayer_EcoverFiction / Nonfiction. It’s a fictional story that helps teach biblical principles.

This Novel is somewhat of a “How-to” and/or “What-to” pray according to Scripture.

To read Chapter One Click HERE.

Description:

Here is a novel that unfolds the wonder and practice of prayer. If you have ever wished you had a close friend who would walk you through the teachings of Jesus on the subject of prayer and encourage you in developing a relationship and fellowship with the living God, now you have one. You can join the main characters as they discipled in the biblical patterns and principles of a godly, personal communion with God. This book isn’t a textbook on the subject; it is a journey with questions and answers, tests and trials, and a view into the joys of finding the place of prayer.

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“No doubt by praying we learn to pray, and the more we pray the oftener we can pray, and the better we can pray. He who prays by fits and starts is never likely to attain to that effectual, fervent prayer which availeth much. Prayer is good, the habit of prayer is better, but the spirit of prayer is the best of all. It is in the spirit of prayer that we pray without ceasing, and this can never be acquired by the man who ceases to pray.” Spurgeon, C. H. Flowers from a Puritan’s Garden, Distilled and Dispensed. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1883.

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