Lord, Teach Me to Pray in 28 Days (Walker Large Print Books)

by Kay Arthur

Paperback, 1996

Status

Available

Collection

Description

A new cover and additional questions for study and discussion grace this bestselling 28-day study (more than 525,000 copies sold) by respected teacher and author Kay Arthur. Readers of little or great prayer experience will discover practical insights to help them know how to pray, what to pray, and what to expect when they pray. Arthur sheds light on the instructions Jesus gave to His disciples for the perfect pattern of meaningful prayer and demonstrates how the Lord's Prayer covers worship, praise, intercession, and petition and ushers an individual into the presence of God. This look at biblical prayer is refreshingly simple and exceedingly powerful-and it can transform the way anyone lives and prays. Ideal for individual or group study, and a classic resource for any home or church library. A new study questions grace this bestselling 28-day study by respected teacher and author Kay Arthur. Readers will experience the instructions Jesus gave to His disciples and all His children to help them know how to pray, what to pray, and what to expect when they pray.… (more)

Publication

Christian Large Print (1996), Edition: Large Print, 197 pages

Rating

(13 ratings; 4)

User reviews

LibraryThing member highlandbloom
Going through this the summer of 2011 with a women's small group. My first introduction to a Kay Arthur study. Was a little put-off by the title at first, but looking forward to 28 days dedicated to studying the Lord's Prayer. Currently starting the 3rd week, still don't like the title (and
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sometimes Arthur's wording and phrasing choices) but getting a lot out of the Bible study. Each day takes about an hour. Arthur's strategy is to help point you to the questions to ask to go deeper, without feeding you all the answers she's come up with. This is definitely a guide to studying the Bible as the Word of God versus a book of the author's insight on prayer from their own understanding and experiences. I had heard the she is a good Bible teacher, which is why I chose this particular book on prayer. I am definitely appreciating this first experience with an inductive study and the deeper understanding I'm gaining into what Jesus was teaching when He gave us the model of the Lord's Prayer.
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