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Hendrickson Publishers
112 pp. (October 1988)
ISBN: 0913573922

Prayer: The Cry for the Kingdom
By Stanley J. Grenz

In Prayer: The Cry for the Kingdom, Grenz challenges the modern "prayerless" church with the model for the early church and urges that if the church is to experience renewal it must become a praying church. He also gently reminds us that each believer has access to God through prayer. We cannot accept the challenge to become a praying people without recognizing that an individual response must precede the corporate response. In the course of this invitation Grenz offers some practical steps for becoming a person of prayer and for praying according to the will of God.
Grenz explores though questions asked by many Christians: What is the nature of prayer? What does it mean to pray "according to God's will"? How can I become a person of prayer? What place should persistence have in one's prayer life? Does prayer really influence God?
Prayer: The Cry for the Kingdom is an important book for any Christian. It holds great potential not only for developing an individual prayer life, but it would serve well as a text or guide in a study on prayer.



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