Hidden Life of Prayer (Unabridged, 2 Cds)
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About "Hidden Life of Prayer (Unabridged, 2 Cds)"
This classic gem on prayer has been a faithful guide to Christians for the last 100 years. McIntyre addresses the role of prayer in the life of the Christian. What does it mean for the believer to be equipped for the Christian life in prayer? How are we to engage our Heavenly Father in prayer? Using the testimony of Spurgeon, Whitefield, Luther and others, McIntyre encourages the Christian towards the a life fully devoted in prayer.
Meet the Author
David Martin McIntyre (1859 -1938) was a Scottish preacher and Principal of the Bible Training Institute, Glasgow from 1913 to 1938. His academic career centred in Edinburgh, and he worked as a missionary in St John's Church, Leith, under the guidance of Dr John Kelman, father of the minister of the same name at St George's, Edinburgh.
McIntyre wrote a good number of Christian books, often under the spelling M'Intyre, and edited The King's Writ - A Quarterly Journal of Bible Study in the 1920s. His best known book is probably The Hidden Life of Prayer (Tain: Christian Focus Publications) and The Prayer Life of Jesus (Tain: Christian Focus Publications)