A challenge to all who long for a spiritual awakening in their nation. One of the twentieth century's greatest authorities on revival, Leonard Ravenhill exhorts believers to pray if they want to see revival. Calling prayer 'faith in action'...
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A challenge to all who long for a spiritual awakening in their nation.
One of the twentieth century's greatest authorities on revival, Leonard Ravenhill exhorts believers to pray if they want to see revival. Calling prayer 'faith in action' and the most essential element in starting a revival, he urges Christians to become people of prayer. This fast-paced book, filled with illustrations of biblical, and more recent, examples of effective praying, represents a model for those who would devote themselves to prayer. His message is as critical today as it was when first published more than forty years ago.
Leonard Ravenhill presents prayer as faith in action in this fast-paced presentation of this crucial subject. He called prayer the most essential ingredient in producing revival. Filled with exhortations and illustrations, it teaches the art of effective praying--which will result in revival. Moody Monthly said, "This is a plea for praying that will melt the preacher's heart, move the people, and magnify the Lord Jesus."
Leonard Ravenhill was born in 1907 in the city of Leeds, in Yorkshire, England. After his conversion to Christ, he was trained for the ministry at Cliff College. It soon became evident that evangelism was his forte, and he engaged it with both vigor and power. Eventually he became one of England's foremost outdoor evangelists. His meetings in the war years drew traffic jamming crowds in Britain, and great numbers of his converts not only followed the Savior into the Kingdom, but into Christian ministry and the world's mission fields. In 1939 he married an Irish nurse named Martha. Together the