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The utmost possibilities of prayer have rarely been realized. The promises of God are answered to those who truly pray. His promises to answer, to do, and to give "all things," "anything," "whatsoever," and "all things whatsoever" are so very large, so very great, and so exceedingly broad that it almost staggers our faith and causes us to hesitate with astonishment. All God asks is that, when we pray, we believe Him and that His promises in His Word are true. Book jacket.
Edward McKendree Bounds (1835-1913), Methodist minister and devotional writer, was born in Shelby County, Missouri. He studied law and was admitted to the bar at 21 years of age. After practicing law for three years, he began preaching for the Methodist Episcopal Church. After the Civil War, Bounds served as pastor of churches in Tennessee and Alabama, and in St. Louis, Missouri. He spent the last 17 years of his life with his family in Washington, Georgia, writing his Spiritual Life Books. Some of these titles after a century are widely read like The Essentials of Prayer, A place called Heaven, Possibilities in Prayer, Praying with Purpose, and Power through Prayer, a number of these titles are also translated into Spanish.
- :introduction1. The Ministry Of Prayer2. Prayer And The Promises3. More Prayer Promises4. Prayer Possibilities5. Prayer Potentialities6. The Viability Of Prayer7. The Wide Range Of Prayer8. Prayer In History9. Prayer In Historical Perspective10. Answers To Prayer11. Responses To Prayer12. Answered Prayer13. Prayer Miracles14. Wonders Of God Through Prayer15. Prayer And Divine Providence16. Divine Provision And Prayer