Prayer can move mountains,
restore the fallen, cheer the hopeless, heal the sick. But fulfilling,
acceptable prayer—prayer that changes lives—is not instinctive. It must be
learned. This is what the disciples recognized when they approached Jesus and humbly asked, "Lord, teach us to pray.”
In this exciting new study, Ancil
Jenkins turns to the words and examples of Jesus for answers to vital
What does it mean to address God
as "our Father”?
How can we truly pray—and work—for
His will to be done?
How can we be sure God hears and
answers our prayers?
What hinders the power of prayer
in our lives?
What is the role of fasting?
As Christians, prayer is
necessary to our existence. We need to learn all we can about its purpose in
our lives. Lord, Teach Us to Prayreminds us that there is One who can and will lead us to all answers.
Thirteen chapters with short