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This well-chewed little book was waiting for me to find it at the moment when I needed it. I have been trying for some time to restore and reinvigorate my prayer life, which has been mostly nonexistent One of the books that my dog chewed on as a puppy was this little book by David Jeremiah Logan had a particular taste for books about prayer. I have been trying for some time to restore and reinvigorate my prayer life, which has been mostly nonexistent over the past few years.
Like so many people, I have been too busy running around "putting out fires," dealing with the crisis of the moment, to take the time to see the bigger picture - and I have consistently neglected to ask God for what I need. There is more than a good reason, there is a perfect reason why I am in financial distress right now, and it is God's perfect reason. I need to learn a radical dependence upon God. I need to learn to ask. I have always struggled against the idea of God as the cosmic vending machine, waiting for us to come up with the proper coin, the correct formula, the right magical incantation, before dispensing good things.
That's not the kind of God I want to worship, and that's OK, because that's not the kind of God we have. David Jeremiah states that God has chosen voluntarily to limit Himself, by choosing to work through the means of prayer. Jeremiah even makes this statement, which seems difficult to accept: "In certain unexplainable ways, He has made Himself subservient to the prayers of His people.
That seems wrong, doesn't it?
And yet, it's all about free will, and has been since the Garden of Eden whether one takes the story literally or not. God could do everything without us; God could make us into automatons, mere tools with no choice other than to do His will. He chose not to do that, and part of His gift to us is the gift of choice. By stepping back until we ask for His help, He leaves us our freedom. Jeremiah writes: "Prayer is built into the way the universe works because the universe works on relationship - our personal relationship with God.
I like to phrase it as "we co-create our reality," but that's too New Agey a phrasing for most Christians. I believe it is true, though, that we work in partnership with God, not because God can't do it without us but because God chooses not to do it without us. Jeremiah quotes Jim Cymbala that prayer "has to be born out of a whole environment of felt need. I need to acknowledge that I am in need, and if I'm not sufficiently in need then I will keep on sinking until I hit that point, because only then can I truly ask God's help through prayer.
Tiene esa habilidad de hablar sobre lo cotidiano elegantemente Algo deja en claro Jeremiah Aprendemos a orar orando, y esto es algo muy personal. No obstante, notar que las luchas de autor son similares a las del lector es algo muy poderoso. Es un Padre bueno. Piper y O. Aug 24, Josh Bush rated it liked it Shelves: prayer , theology , christianity , religion. A short book on why we should appreciate the gift of prayer and a few tips on improving the consistency of your prayer life.
This is not a deep study guide, but a reminder of the importance of prayer, a summary of the Bible's teaching on prayer, and a few observations from the prayer life of Jesus that we can strive for in our own life.
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I'm finishing up a much longer study of prayer in the Psalms, but still found this book to be worth the time it takes to read. If you know someone who A short book on why we should appreciate the gift of prayer and a few tips on improving the consistency of your prayer life. If you know someone who's attention span is too short for longer studies, this is a book to give.
If you are wondering what to take up for study next, this is a book to get you started on studying what the Bible says about prayer. Mar 28, Christopher Lewis Kozoriz rated it really liked it. Ask Seek Knock The above is three main points of what Jesus was saying in Matthew "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. Jesus, then goes on after this teaching and says, "For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.
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Seeking is the seed for finding. Knocking is the seed for doors opening. Great book that teaches why we pray and why God requires our prayers to move upon the earth.
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Quick, easy read. It reminds me of a game I like "Othello" : a minute to learn, a lifetime to master. May 05, Roger Miller rated it liked it Shelves: spiritual-disciplines.
A Very good book for those wanting to start a prayer life or rejuvinate prayer. A quick read full of practical truths to get started and continue prayer life! Apr 17, Jill Kemerer rated it really liked it Shelves: inspirational , non-fiction , self-help. This is a slim, inspiring book full of reasons why God wants us to pray and how prayer is our direct line to God. I loved it! Michelle rated it really liked it Nov 29, Thomas Scott rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Julie Miller rated it it was amazing Jun 04, Ginnie rated it liked it Feb 19, Kristin rated it really liked it May 12, Clarissa rated it really liked it Sep 05, Yann Lemasson rated it it was amazing Jul 11, Josh rated it it was ok Sep 24, Andrea rated it it was amazing Dec 11, Vanessa rated it really liked it Sep 22, Michael Joseph Elder rated it it was amazing Dec 10, Norma Humm rated it liked it Dec 24, Michael E.
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At the age of eleven, Dr. Jeremiah and his family moved to Dayton, Ohio where his father, Dr. James T.