Item description for The Valley of Vision by Max McLean...
Overview Lord, high & holy, meek & lowly, Thou hast brought me to the valley of vision... The Valley of Vision is a collection of prayers and devotions taken from the writings of spiritual giants like John Bunyan, Charles Spurgeon, Isaac Watts, and Richard Baxter. These men were not only devoted students of the Bible, but men who expressed an enthusiasm for prayer that is inspiring and contagious. Compiled by Arthur Bennett, Canon of St. Albans Cathedral, England, The Valley of Vision captures their devotion and reflects the wide variety of joys and struggles that we are privileged to bring before our Father in heaven.
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Format: Audiobook, CD
Studio: The Listener's Bible
Record Label The Listener's Bible
Format Audiobook / CD
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.5" Width: 5.4" Height: 1.1" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2005
Publisher LISTENERS BIBLE #1416
ISBN 1931047502 ISBN13 9781931047500
Availability 0 units.
More About Max McLean
Max McLean was born in Panama, and came to America at the age of four. Since 1983, presenting the Scriptures dramatically has become his life's work. Max has performed the Bible to millions of people of all ages and from across the religious and cultural spectrum. He maintains an active touring schedule of theaters and houses of worship across America, and his radio program of Scripture presentations is heard on more than 600 radio outlets. He also serves as president of the Fellowship for the Performing Arts. Max and his wife, Sharon, are the parents of two daughters.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Valley of Vision?
The VALLEY OF VISION PRAYERS by Max McLean Feb 15, 2007
I love this set of prayers of the giants of the reformation era. These are model prayers for all Christians to listen to; memorize; and emulate. Fantastic! Max Mclean is a great orator. I have his reading of KJV BIBLE ;George Whitfield; and many others. I buy every thing he produces except other versions of the BIBLE. His best I think is SINNERS IN THE HANDS OF AN ANGRY GOD by Jonathan Edwards. That has become my favorite sermon of all time. I have bought numerous copies for gifts to give away. You won't be dissapointed with any of his readings or visual dramas of books of the BIBLE on DVD'S. Ted Allen
Learn to pray your heart out. Sep 2, 2006
To paraphrase the Christian Research Institute's "Bible Answer Man," Hank Hanegraaff, [What can be more precious than secret communion with the Living God?], I say to that end, learning to pray your inmost thoughts and feelings to God can be found from the first entry that this resource provides.
Max McLean is so immensely talented in his readings of these Puritan prayers that you are carried away on the emotion he imputes to the text from the first sentence.
R.C. Sproul and his Ligonier Ministries, with their publishing division of "Soli Deo Gloria," brings Puritan resources like this to the airwaves (and webwaves) like no one else when they feature these readings.
I use this as a way to wake up and start my day, helping to focus my mind on God, who is the make-up of every Christian's reality -- transcending our day-to-day lives toward eternity.
America is a place where we can, more than ever before, be flooded with communication from God's mind to ours. The internet has made the Gospel ubiquitously available at just a couple clicks of a mouse. Materials like "The Valley of Vision" can make the time we are living in a saturation of God's Word to our inmost being.