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Practice of Prayer

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Practice of Prayer by G. Campbell Morgan is a refreshing and enlightening guide to the art of prayer. Morgan offers practical advice and insights that are both accessible and inspiring. His writing is clear and concise, making it easy for readers to grasp the concepts he presents.

One of the most valuable aspects of this book is Morgan's emphasis on the importance of consistency and intentionality in prayer. He provides useful tips on developing a regular prayer routine and maintaining focus during prayer. By highlighting the power of prayer, Morgan encourages readers to approach prayer as a vital part of their spiritual growth and well-being.

Overall, Practice of Prayer is a must-read for anyone looking to deepen their understanding and practice of prayer. I highly recommend this book to both beginners and seasoned prayer warriors alike.

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God has made prayer possible to us through Jesus. We can pray prevailingly only as we respond to the truths which create the possibility. The sphere of prayer includes the coming of the Kingdom of God and the provision of all the need of the saints. Thus all these constitute an integral part of the subject of the practice of prayer. Prayer is only possible to the revealed Father through the mediating Son by the inspiring Spirit. Prayer is only a prevailing power as, in the life, the child of God is loyal to His Kingship, satisfied with His provision, conformed to His likeness. Moreover, it can only be operative within the sphere revealed in the pattern of prayer.

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