Item description for The 21 Most Effective Prayers Of The Bible: 21 Most Effective Prayers Of The Bible (Barbour Value Tradepaper) by Dave Earley...
Overview Not an exhaustive, scholarly study, this very readable volume investigates 21 heartfelt prayers that produce results. Earley shares personal examples from years of ministry that illustrate how these deepest petitions have worked not only for Biblical heroes, but also for Christians of today.
Publishers Description Want to know how to pray? Use the Word of God as your guide This easy-to-read volume studies twenty-one heartfelt prayers from the Bible that produced results. The 21 Most Effective Prayers of the Bible speaks to believers of all ages, backgrounds, and maturity levels with an uplifting message: that the prayers of the Bible are prayers for us today. Not an exhaustive, scholarly study, this very readable volume investigates twenty-one heartfelt prayers that produced results.
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Studio: Barbour Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.82" Width: 4.3" Height: 0.48" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2008
Publisher Barbour Books
Series Barbour Value Tradepaper
ISBN 1602602166 ISBN13 9781602602168
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More About Dave Earley
Dave Earley has served as a church planter and sr. pastor for over twenty years. He currently is chairman of the Department of Pastoral Ministries and Church Expansion as well as director of both the Center for Ministry Training and Center for Church Planting at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Ben Gutierrez has served the Lord through the local church in a variety of positions. He currently is dean of Liberty University Online as well as chairman and professor of Pastoral Leadership at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Dave Earley currently resides in Gahanna Columbus, in the state of Ohio. Dave Earley was born in 1959.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The 21 Most Effective Prayers Of The Bible: 21 Most Effective Prayers Of The Bible?
Best book ever Nov 21, 2009
Both my husband and I read this book and it brings a biblical view into today's life. An easy read and great learning opportunity.21 Most Effective Prayers of The Bible
Prayers God Wants to Answer Oct 13, 2006
Each chapter in Earley's book focuses on stories and prayers that show us the character of God: who He is, what He's like, what He cares about, how He works in the world. According to Earley, the prayers that are most effective are those calling out to God to do those things He already wants to do: Teach us to pray. Go with us. Give us wisdom. I found it refreshing and convincing.
But then I'm going through the book chapter by chapter with a small group, which makes it that much richer.
This book is not meant to break new ground. It's full of obvious, but significant statements like this: "When Moses went into the tent to meet God, God came into the tent to meet Moses. Moses understood something we must remember: God is willing, ready, and available to meet with us when we make time to meet with Him."
Reviewer Bill Mez's complaint this book should have done what it claims cannot be done - teach readers how to do magic? - seems quite unfair.
this book could and should have been much more. Sep 16, 2006
this book should have done much more in given readers or christians exactly what it claims cannot be done -revealing some of the deepest secrets,techniques,and experiences of prayer. such information is what people need to solve their problems,and live a more fulfilled and happy life;nothing more nothing less. the book oversimplifies the issues with basic prayer statements like,''bless me,give me success today,go with us,answer me,lord help me''.e.t.c. If it were as simple as that,then surely all humanities problems would have been solved,and we would all be living heavenly lives. the truth of the matter is, such oversimplified prayers will work if there is the secret of powerful spiritual techniques behind them. for example, the kabbalists try at least to give people a means of achieving this by revealing the sacred names of God which can release spiritual power to back prayer statements like those made in the book. a verse in psalm ninety one states,''when he calls to me i will answer him because he knows my name,'' this statement indicates the need for the deeper sacred knowledge which,it is my conviction ,the spiritual masters of the bible had. again, the statement by christ that''not every one who calls me lord,lord will enter the kingdom of heaven''implies on a deeper level that those who know the secrets of the sacred knowlege of divinity will qualify. that is the problem i find with most christian ministries,there is a lot of quotations and story telling which often generates no powerful help for people. i believe it is now extremely incumbent upon church leaders today to seek out and give to thier flock some of the sacred words and power which lies hidden within power bases of divinity. Dr.Dave Early,the author of this book narrates the story of Elijah,and the prophets of Baal,and sites the prayer suppossedly used by Elijah to send down fire from heaven to consume the offering,as ''answer me.'' if it were as simple as this why can't this dramatic episode be dramatically emulated today by the average or established ministeries? i say,it's because there was ,and is more to it than meets the eye. Elijah and the biblical masters,in my view, were keepers of potent and sacred tradition which is not revealed in the bible,only the stories and incidents are told. to write a prayer book without some of the basic spiritual technology to empower the prayers,and to make it genuinely work in peoples lives leaves people dissapointed,and disillusioned. i would like to refer readers to a book called,''christianity with power''by charles craft who deals with why a lot of christian ministeries today operate without true power.