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A TREASURY OF PRAYER from the Writings of E. M. Bounds (edition 1963)

by Leonard (COMPILED BY) Ravenhill

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Title:A TREASURY OF PRAYER from the Writings of E. M. Bounds
Authors:Leonard (COMPILED BY) Ravenhill
Info:Bethany Fellowship (1963), Hardcover, 192 pages
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Treasury of Prayer by E. M. Bounds

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0871235439, Paperback)

Rev. E. M. Bounds was overwhelmingly devoted to his beloved Lord. There are few who have lived since the days of the Apostles who have surpassed him in the depths of his marvelous research into the life of prayer. This American clergyman of the twentieth century wrote seven books on prayer, many of which have frequently been unavailable to the general reading public.

Rev. Leonard Ravenhill has done the Church a great service in preparing this compilation of these seven marvelous books:

Power through Prayer

Purpose in Prayer

The Necessity of Prayer

The Essentials of Prayer

The Weapon of Prayer

The Possibilities of Prayer

The Reality of Prayer

In the Foreword, David Otis Fuller says that this book "is worth its weight in diamonds." The compiler encourages you to keep this book at hand, read it often, and practice it always! It is truly A Treasury of Prayer.

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