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practical prayer

Prayer can be difficult.
This little book is meant to help.
It’s short because it’s a starter, a catalyst, a first peek into a castle that takes a lifetime to explore.
The words in this book are just a sampling of some of the prayers that have guided the devotion of millions of people for thousands of years.
There is much more where this came from.
It’s small because we hope you’ll carry it with you as a practical tool to establish a new habit or to deepen an old habit of communicating with God all throughout the day.
You really can learn to pray.
You really can become a person of prayer.
[click on the image of the book to order]

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This is short book of D.L. Moody’s sermons on the person and work of the Holy Spirit which I edited.
Contact me if you’re interested in a copy.

Jesus teaches his disciples to pray "Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven."  But how does this actually happen?  How can we participate in bringing the "then and there" to the "here and now?"  If we are designed to join with Jesus in ushering in the reign of God what do we do?  What are some simple, practical steps we can take to be shaped and formed by this new ultimate reality called “resurrection?”  And, how can we experience resurrection - the triumph of Christ over sin and death - in a way that makes a difference where we live today?    Good questions… In "Kingdom Come" Pastor Nathan Oates offers a seven part description of heaven which, he argues, serves as a powerful prescription for living here and now.

Jesus teaches his disciples to pray “Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” But how does this actually happen? How can we participate in bringing the “then and there” to the “here and now?” If we are designed to join with Jesus in ushering in the reign of God what do we do? What are some simple, practical steps we can take to be shaped and formed by this new ultimate reality called “resurrection?” And, how can we experience resurrection – the triumph of Christ over sin and death – in a way that makes a difference where we live today?
Good questions…
In “Kingdom Come” Pastor Nathan Oates offers a seven part description of heaven which, he argues, serves as a powerful prescription for living here and now. Click on this link to order: http://emmauscommunity.org/resources/kingdom-come-book

 

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