Item description for A Life of Prayer (Swindoll Leadership Library) by Paul Cedar...
Overview Paul, Martin Luther, Mother Teresa---why were they such dynamic Christian leaders? Because their lives were grounded in prayer. In this definitive new work, Cedar helps you to realize the unlimited potential of prayer by considering, cultivating, and sustaining your spiritual life through intimate conversations with your heavenly Father.
Paul Cedar explores prayer through three primary concepts, showing us how to consider, cultivate and continue a lifestyle of prayer. This volume of the Swindoll Leadership Library helps readers recognize the unlimited potential and the awesome purpose of prayer.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.75" Height: 9.75" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date May 17, 1998
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Series Swindoll Leadership Library
ISBN 0849913551 ISBN13 9780849913556
Availability 0 units.
More About Paul Cedar
PAUL CEDAR serves as the chairman/CEO of the Mission America Coalition, a partnership of hundreds of Christian leaders, denominations, ministries and local churches collaborating to pray for every man, woman, young person and child in America and appropriately share the gospel of Jesus Christ with them. Dr. Cedar served as president of the Evangelical Free Churches of America and as chair of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization.
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This should be mandatory for all Oct 25, 2002
When considering one's personal life and their comminication with their God there arise many questions that we feel are "giver". Then as we consider each question, or challenge, as they occur in our lives it is painfully apparent that we don't have an answer at all. In this wonderful book, Dr. Cedar shows in very simple fashion that each and every trial, big or small, personal or "church-wide" can be addressed through an application of prayer. It sometimes is a very personal application within ourselves, or, when appropriate, the entire church body or larger needs to be challenged and encouraged to bond together in corporate prayer. Having heard Dr. Cedar deliver his sermons on prayer in person, and believing in his sincere and extremely simple yet powerful application of his precepts, I encourage any and all to investigate this wonderful book. The reinforcement of ones personal prayer life is reward enough, but the possibilities of moving outward and upward with the concepts described herein are staggering.
Patterns for prayer Aug 30, 2000
I wish to commend Mr. Cedar for an engaging, pracitical, and very readable book on prayer, particularly for Christian leaders.
"A Life of Prayer" gives the reader a solid understanding of the necessity of prayer in the life of a leader. Cedar quotes several advocates of prayer providing the reader with some further roads to pursue. After establishing the benefits, necessity of prayer, he proceeds to lay out how to go about it. He mixes a fair number of illustrations from his life and the life of others which enhances this work. The book is very readable and provides a solid foundation for developing your own personal prayer life. As I read it I found myself challenged to embrace the prayer in such a meaningful way.
Fantastic book on the power of prayer. May 1, 1999
Paul Cedar does a great job of explainng why we should pray, how we should pray and what results we should expect when we pray. This is a great reference for anyone who wants to get closer to God.