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Travis Fentiman

Puritan Board Freshman
After the joys of Thanksgiving may we be "continuing instant in prayer". (Rom. 12:12)

I hope these many resources that have been collected from the best literature on prayer in reformed history stir us up to be continually conversing with our beloved God;

and I hope the collection may be of great assistance to preachers who may preach on prayer, and stir up their people to find much reward in the presence of, and in communion with God.

 

TylerRay

Puritan Board Graduate
After the joys of Thanksgiving may we be "continuing instant in prayer". (Rom. 12:12)

I hope these many resources that have been collected from the best literature on prayer in reformed history stir us up to be continually conversing with our beloved God;

and I hope the collection may be of great assistance to preachers who may preach on prayer, and stir up their people to find much reward in the presence of, and in communion with God.

Thanks, Travis! We never outgrow the disciples' request: "Lord, teach us to pray."
 
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