E. M. Bounds : The Necessity of Prayer: Why Christians Ought to Pray

The Necessity of Prayer: Why Christians Ought to Pray

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And all things, whatever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive. – Matthew 21:22

Persistent prayer is a mighty movement of the soul toward God, and it stirs the deepest forces of the soul toward the throne of heavenly grace. It is the ability to hold on, press on, and wait. Restless desire, restful patience, and strength of grasp are all embraced in it. Prayer is not an incident or a performance but a passion of soul. It is not a want or half-needed desire but a sheer necessity.

List of Chapters

Ch. 1: Prayer and Faith

Ch. 2: Prayer and Unwavering Faith

Ch. 3: Prayer and Trust

Ch. 4: Prayer and Desire

Ch. 5: Prayer and Fervency

Ch. 6: Prayer and Persistence

Ch. 7: Prayer and Perseverance

Ch. 8: Prayer and Character

Ch. 9: Prayer and Obedience

Ch. 10: Prayer and Surrender

Ch. 11: Prayer and Vigilance

Ch. 12: Prayer and the Word of God

Ch. 13: Prayer and Preaching

Ch. 14: Prayer and the House of God

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