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A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World (original 2009; edition 2009)

by Paul Miller

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Title:A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World
Authors:Paul Miller
Info:NavPress (2009), Paperback, 288 pages
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Tags:Religion, Prayer, Christianity, Christian Practice

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A Praying Life: Connecting With God In A Distracting World by Paul Miller (2009)



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In a simple and yet powerful way, Paul Miller shares the fruit of hard-won maturity in prayer. This isn't yet another book on prayer methods, though he shares his, but more about helping us think rightly about prayer. Solid Biblically and easy to read. ( )
  HGButchWalker | Sep 21, 2016 |
Very helpful and practical in developing a praying life. ( )
  david__clifford | Feb 3, 2016 |
It came so highly recommended that I was skeptical. Nope. It's actually awesome. Authentic and practical and an inspiring challenge to pray with the fervor of the helpless child that I am because I have a powerful and loving Father. ( )
  tagtuck | Jul 10, 2015 |
Excellent resource for developing a meaningful prayer life! The author's personal anecdotes and prayer experiences make this book easy to read and highly motivational. I found great ideas for enriching my prayers for family and friends, as well as meaningful methods for praying over challenging situations (and people). But above all else this book will teach you how to pray as Jesus did — as a child of the Living God. My greatest lesson is undoubtedly that my own humanity is not to be viewed as a failure when my mind wanders during prayer moments but, rather, that I should simply embrace the child within and bring that scattered girl to the Throne of Grace anyway.

Do read this book. Your prayer life will be forever altered. ( )
  phrenetic.mind | Dec 30, 2014 |
Prayer being an area in my spiritual life that I feel I constantly want to grow, I was eager to read this book, especially after my wife Michelle gave it high marks as did many others.

As for me I think there is a lot in this book but it wasn't fully revealed to me because of other clutter in my heart. I might re-read it sometime and would like to but clutter is hard to rid one self of.

I did take some thought to journaling as Miller recommends so perhaps though I did not get the revelation through my actual reading, I will through journaling.

Based on what I did get out of it and what others have told me they got from this I recommend it ( )
  ScottKalas | Jun 10, 2013 |
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Paul Miller shares his insights and conclusions about how to connect the broken pieces of your life and allow prayer -- even poorly delivered -- to fill the gaps with meaning and substance. --from publisher description

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