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A treatise on prayer, in chapters & hymns

William Paul

A treatise on prayer, in chapters & hymns

by William Paul

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Published by Printed by William W. Morse in New Haven [Conn.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prayer

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Paul
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 1105
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination46 p
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15050783M

    3] He is to be prayed to, and has promised that He will hear our prayer; and this worship He approves above all, to wit, that in all afflictions He be called upon, 1 John 4] If any man sin, we have an Advocate with the Father, etc. Additionally, there is an emphasis on ethics and earning God's favor through moderation, as well as prayers, proverbs, and hymns. [2] The author is unknown, but it is pseudonymously attributed to a companion of Paul and Peter – "Silas" of chapters of the book of Acts, known in New Testament epistles by the name "Silvanus". [3].

    Syriac Writers Listed Alphabetically: Ab Yeshua, Bar Bahrees, Metropolitan of Athur, wrote on the Division of Inheritances, and an Explanation of the different Church Services. Abd Mesheeh, of Heerta, wrote a book rich in meaning. Abd Yeshua bar Akarwé wrote several anthems, and a work on the origin of Things.: Aboo-Nuah wrote a work against the Koran, a treatise against Heretics, and on.   - Containing 16 chapters in all Iplus the Preface) and covering the Lord's teaching on prayer from Luke If you desire to secure P OWER from high through a more blessed prayer life, then L ORD, TEACH US TO PRAY is for YOU!Author: Jon J. Cardwell.

    by James Bannerman In ePub,.mobi &.pdf formats. Bannerman's two-volume Church of Christ is one of the greatest classic treatments of doctrine of the church in the history of the church. He is unashamedly Reformed and distinctively Presbyterian. The church mattered to Bannerman and his work can teach us about why the church should matter to us.   This is an eighteen chapter work on prayer by E.M. Bounds. Some of his chapters are Men of Prayer Needed, Tendencies to be avoided, Prayer the Great Essential, A praying ministry Successful, Examples of Praying Men, etcetera. Table of Contents of Power of Prayer. 1. Men of Prayer Needed 2. Our Sufficiency is of God 3. The Letter Killeth 4.


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