Developing a Lifestyle of Prayer by Taylor Chapman

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Prayer is a topic that every Christian comes into contact with during their personal journey to know Christ more. Whether you have been saved for years or are new to following Christ, prayer should be a top priority in your life.

I became a Christian when I was very young and saw that my parents spent much time in prayer. It was of utmost importance to them. They taught me, even as a child, that prayer is a vital aspect of the Christian life—so much a factor that it is a requirement for the person who desires to know God more. For without prayer, it is nearly impossible to know Him.

I wrote this book for that very reason, to show you the fundamental basics and encourage you to grow in your journey with Christ through establishing a lifestyle of prayer. I will discuss many different attributes of the lifestyle of prayer. I’ll answer questions like why should I pray? How often should I pray? Is there a right or wrong way to pray? Or how can I grow closer to God through prayer? My ultimate goal is to inspire you to be a person of prayer.

Do you need encouragement? Do you need healing? Do you need direction or inspiration? Do you need peace in your life? Do you need more joy? Do you need forgiveness? Do you need a breakthrough? The answer is simple: you need to pray.

Prayer is simply you talking to God and giving Him the opportunity to speak back. Prayer is a two-way conversation in which sometimes you speak, and other times you wait for an answer. Through prayer, you can access heaven in your life.

Pastor John Hagee’s mother once said, “Little prayer, little power. Much prayer, much power.” In other words, if you are willing to spend time in prayer, you will see God operate in your life more clearly and more often because you are learning to walk in God’s will for your life.

Prayer will change your life!
 

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Published May 13, 2013 by Taylor Chapman. 61 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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