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After This Manner, Pray: Understanding the Power of the Lord's Prayer

by J. Mark Copeland

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0882706535, Paperback)

The explosive events in recent history have brought on revival in many parts of the world. But as Christians around the world celebrate the move of God, After This Manner, Pray is a powerful reminder that there is still much praying to do, and an ongoing need to learn to pray according to God’s will.

In the remarkable work, Mark Copeland does battle with powerless and fruitless prayer by teaching us to pray correctly, following our Lord’s outline of effective prayer – The Lord’s Prayer. This insightful and exciting study unlocks the secret of moving the hand of God in the world today – and in your life!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:28 -0400)

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