Prayer times can be difficult if you're not sure where to start. Inspired to Pray offers 122 readings that will help jump-start your prayers. Each reading offers Scripture, a brief reflection and a short poem to help you focus your heart and mind on the Lord. A creative way to rejuvenate your prayer life!
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 256 Vendor: Gospel Light Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches) ISBN: 0830748113 ISBN-13: 9780830748112 Availability: In Stock
In this powerful and motivating book, international pastor Phil Pringle invites readers to activate their spiritual lives by understanding prayer as a journey to the highest places of God. He sees prayer as an "art," a craft to be developed and nurtured. Prayer is much more than muttering religious words; it is a connection with the God of heaven Himself. Too often, believers fail to bridge the gap between earth and heaven, but active prayer releases the spirit into communion with God in another world: His world. As readers grow, they will draw close to a loving God who desires relationship with all who are made in His image. Moreover, when we pray in close contact with God, we see greater results on earth and in our lives. Pringle appeals to the imagination and the soul, and all who engage with these visionary teachings will discover a new dimension to the act and the art of prayer.
PHIL PRINGLE is a frequent guest on Joyce Meyer, TD Jakes and Benny Hinn television shows and speaks at dozens of American venues each year. In 1980, Phil and his wife, Chris, arrived in Sydney Australia from New Zealand, armed with faith and a vision to build a dynamic church that would grow and impact a city and a nations for Christ. He is the founding and senior pastor of one of Australia's fastest growing and largest churches, and has overseen the planting of new churches in major cities throughout the world. Today, ther are nearly 200 C3 churches, which collectively make up Christian City Church International. Pringle earned his Doctorate i Biblical Philosophy; and in 2000 was awarded the Order of Australia Medal by the goverment of Australia for his service to the Sydney community.