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The Unanswered Prayers of Jesus

by Mike Evans

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764227572, Hardcover)

A Unique Look at the Heart of Christ

Mike Evans' latest book challenges believers to shake off their spiritual malaise and rediscover the intensity and fullness of leading a life of faith. Examining the idea that some of Jesus' prayers recorded in John 17 have yet to be answered, Evans challenges Christians to discover how we are to become "the answer" to the issues Jesus was addressing. Filled with anecdotes from the author's ministry to the world's leaders as well as those most impoverished, the book's inspiring and thought-provoking message will impact readers long after the last page is turned.

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