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In the Sanctuary : Expository Sermons on the Lord's Prayer

by Herman Hoeksema

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Herman Hoeksema delivered a series of expository sermons on the Lord's Prayer over the radio in the early 1940's. Because of their popularity these sermons were printed. That original book has long been out of print. Now with some slight editorial revisions In the Sanctuary is again being published.

While these sermons are expository in nature, yet they read like meditations. The author begins each chapter with a lucid explanation of the petition; he concludes by setting forth the spiritual disposition necessary for praying that petition. In doing so, he draws the reader into the deeply reverent attitude required to enter God's presence, and the reader is compelled to exclaim, "Lord, so teach me always to pray in accordance with Thy will!"

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:03:41 -0400)

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