A Praying Life

by Paul E. Miller     |     Book Summary


Author: Paul E. Miller
Publisher: Navpress
Date: 2009
Pages: 277

Book Summary of A Praying Life by Paul E. Miller


Prayer is fundamental to the daily Christian walk. As a result, there is a multitude of resources that discuss the subject from centuries in the past to the present. A Praying Life adds to our understanding of prayer in a practical, contemporary way. 

Many Christians struggle with the daily discipline of prayer, and there are several reasons as to why. Some believe that God doesn’t hear, and some believe that God doesn’t care. Some believe that God is not present at all in their lives.

Other Christians know they need to pray but don’t have the discipline; some don’t want to “bother” God with their problems; and others are just too discouraged by thoughts of unanswered prayers in the past. 

These issues are investigated and discussed throughout the book. Readers will learn that being dependent upon God and asking Him to act are actions that please Him. We serve a God who delights to be depended upon.





A Praying Life

by Paul E. Miller

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Book Summary of A Praying Life by Paul E. Miller

AuthorPaul E. Miller
PublisherNavpress
Date2009
Pages277


Overview:

Prayer is fundamental to the daily Christian walk. As a result, there is a multitude of resources that discuss the subject from centuries in the past to the present. A Praying Life adds to our understanding of prayer in a practical, contemporary way. 

Many Christians struggle with the daily discipline of prayer, and there are several reasons as to why. Some believe that God doesn’t hear, and some believe that God doesn’t care. Some believe that God is not present at all in their lives.

Other Christians know they need to pray but don’t have the discipline; some don’t want to “bother” God with their problems; and others are just too discouraged by thoughts of unanswered prayers in the past. 

These issues are investigated and discussed throughout the book. Readers will learn that being dependent upon God and asking Him to act are actions that please Him. We serve a God who delights to be depended upon.