Item description for The Power of Positive Praying by John R. Bisagno...
Overview A unique, non-technical handbook explaining the why, how, and results of prayer. This book will answer the questions that plaque modern man about his contact with God: Why doesn't God seem to hear? What should I say when I pray? Does it really do any good? How do I know when God answers? Is God obliged to answer my requests? In a time of world and personal confusion, as man seems to have lost his bearings and reference point, this may well be the most valuable book you will ever read.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.09" Width: 6.05" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 2005
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1597814210 ISBN13 9781597814218
Availability 0 units.
More About John R. Bisagno
John R. Bisagno is pastor emeritus of the 22,000-member Houston's First Baptist Church where he preached for thirty years. He has also authored twenty-five books and now serves on the adjunct faculty of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Bisagno and his wife, Uldine, have three children and eight grandchildren. They live in Houston, Texas.
John R. Bisagno currently resides in Houston, in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Power of Positive Praying?
Fantastic Aug 19, 2006
This book taught me how to pray and exercise faith. It is a step by step guide.
Maybe the Best Book You'll ever buy Sep 30, 2000
Let me see if I can make this perfectly clear: BUY THIS BOOK. How come? For starters, I'll tell you what it is not. It is not a book that simply tries to motivate you toward a certain way of praying. Oh, you'll be motivated all right. It's just that the motivation comes from the discovery of how to pray and breaking molds of praying like you've heard.
This book goes step by step through the way God wants you to pray; not out of desparation, but out of fellowship and worship. If you begin your prayer requests with something like, "God, if it be your will..." then you desparately need this book. After reading it, your prayer life will be unlike ever before.
"It's the law." Aug 29, 2000
This little book gives a credible, plain language explanation of why answered prayers are not a miracle, but to be expected. The author describes how a person can expect to have prayer answered just like we expect water to freeze in the cold.
The writing is not a "holier than thou", lofty theory. It explains why prayer should be confident, answers are to be expected. The power of prayer is limitless. How do we access that power? This book does an exceptional job of answering that and many other questions.
The book is 91 pages of concrete ways to look at praying - a delight to read and re-read.
I have studied and referred back to the ideas in this book many times, over many years and repeatedly found fresh perspectives and very useable ideas. I regard it as a treasure.
In a time when questions are all around and answers are hard to find, "The Power of Positive Praying" shines a bright beacon toward finding answers.