Item description for Revival Praying: An Urgent and Powerful Message for the Family of Christ by Leonard Ravenhill...
Overview A challenge to all who are deeply concerned about a spiritual awakening in their nation and the world, this enduring work was penned by one of the 20th century's greatest authorities on revival.
Publishers Description Leonard Ravenhill presents prayer as faith in action in this fast-paced presentation of this crucial subject. He called prayer the most essential ingredient in producing revival. Filled with exhortations and illustrations, it teaches the art of effective praying--which will result in revival. Moody Monthly said, "This is a plea for praying that will melt the preacher's heart, move the people, and magnify the Lord Jesus."
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Studio: Bethany House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.53 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2005
Publisher Baker Pub Group/Bethany House
ISBN 0764200313 ISBN13 9780764200311
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More About Leonard Ravenhill
Leonard Ravenhill was born in 1907 in England. He became one of Britain's foremost evangelists, preaching with vigor and power. He emigrated with his family to the United States in midlife, where he continued his ministry. The author of several books, including Revival God's Way and Why Revival Tarries, he went home to be with the Lord in 1994.
Leonard Ravenhill was born in 1907 and died in 1994.
Reviews - What do customers think about Revival Praying: An Urgent and Powerful Message for the Family of Christ?
From Chadwick to Tozer to Ravenhill to..... Oct 17, 2004
REVIVAL PRAYING is one of the best books on prayer. In fact, I would rate it just a bit ahead of Leonard Ravenhill's best known book, WHY REVIVAL TARRIES?. The book focuses not on revival as much as prayer. It is Ravenhill's firm belief that we lack a true sense and awe of God's holiness and majesty because we don't pray (Luke 18:1). Despite the church being very active in politics, programs, and everything else under the sun, the average church's prayer meeting is either non-existent or lacking. For example a local church near me boasts in their 500 members but only 6 usually come to their prayer meeting. How sad!
If you are a weak, defeated, sinning, dead in your sins, no hunger for God "Christian" then please don't read this book on prayer. Try a lighter book such as Bill Hybels' TOO BUSY NOT TO PRAY but don't read any books by Tozer, Wesley, Ravenhill, M'Cheyne, Morgan, Torrey, or any other of the older saints of God (Colossians 4:2; 1 Thess. 5:17; James 5:16). These books are not books on HOW to pray but are written to encourage those who DO pray (Matthew 7:7-11; Luke 11:1; Acts 2:42; Romans 12:12).
Put this next to your E.M. Bounds collection Dec 21, 2003
This is one of Ravenhill's better books, and is a great treatment on prayer. Though I don't think this book quite takes hold of you as his masterpiece "Why Revival Tarries." However, it is still a great book on prayer that all would do well to have on their shelves, after having heavily read it and underlined it. Oh yeah, don't forget to put into practice what you read in this book, otherwise, you will have not gotten anything out of it.
A powerful volume that will change your prayer life! Mar 22, 1999
This book, like all the others by this author has a powerful message that will stir you to the depths of your being. Len Ravenhill was a man most intimate with God. His manner of writing is biting at times, and frequently harsh. But it is never arbitrary harshness. It is inspired and inspiring. The harshness is from the raw conviction that the words convey. Clearly this, like Bro. Len's other books, is yet another message from the throne.
Actually, I give this book 6 stars! Feb 3, 1999
I consider Leonard Ravenhill to be my spiritual grandfather. He discipled most of the men who discipled me. To say that Bro. Len was outspoken on the subjects of prayer and revival would be a gross understatement. Much more than writing on the subject, he was a man of much prayer. Pick up this book today, or any book he's written for that matter, and get ready to be challenged and convicted!