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Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God

by Timothy Keller

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Wonderful and helpful ideas on how to improve your prayer life. ( )
  galoma | Nov 20, 2017 |
Excellent! An engaging and inspiring journey to prayer. ( )
  deldevries | Nov 19, 2017 |
(1) The primary theological thought about prayer, 66
(2) Augustine on prayer (84-88)
(3) Luther on prayer (89-96)
(4) Calvin on prayer (97-105) ( )
  jamesrrouse | Sep 9, 2017 |
Not what I was expecting but very good. Keller takes somewhat of an historical approach walking through Calvin Luther, Augustine's prayer practices and giving practical help on how to make prayer a routine part of life. ( )
  KenMcLain | Jul 18, 2017 |
While there was some good stuff here, I related it inky three stars because I thought Keller got through his major position point in the first chapter. Seemed like kind of a thrown together book although there were some good bits. ( )
  kaitanya64 | Jan 3, 2017 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0525954147, Hardcover)

The New York Times bestselling author and renowned pastor explores the power of prayer.

Christians are taught in their churches and schools that prayer is the most powerful way to experience God. But few receive instruction or guidance in how to make prayer genuinely meaningful. In Prayer, renowned pastor Timothy Keller delves into the many facets of this everyday act.

With his trademark insights and energy, Keller offers biblical guidance as well as specific prayers for certain situations, such as dealing with grief, loss, love, and forgiveness. He discusses ways to make prayers more personal and powerful, and how to establish a practice of prayer that works for each reader.

Dr. Keller’s previous books have sold more than one million copies. His Redeemer Presbyterian Church is not only a major presence in his home base of New York, it has also helped to launch more than two hundred fifty other churches in forty-eight cities around the world. His teachings have already helped millions, the majority of whom pray regularly. And with Prayer, he’ll show them how to find a deeper connection with God.

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Explores the diverse facets of the act of prayer, offering biblical guidance intended to help readers establish a prayer practice that is more personal and meaningful.

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