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Christ in the Tabernacle: An Old Testament Portrayal of the Christ of the New TestamentA.B. SimpsonWingspread / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:
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Becoming the Answer to Our Prayers: Prayer for Ordinary RadicalsShane Claiborne, Jonathan Wilson-HartgroveInterVarsity Press / 2008 / Trade Paperback$14.40 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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In the book, Life of Prayer, A.B. Simpson takes us on an intimate journey into the secret world of access to God through prayer. A.B. Simpson had a vigilant prayer life that no doubt paved the way for his fame as a worship leader and a recognized evangelical of the day. A.B. Simpson had the most effective prayer alliances of his day which led to the establishment of the Prayer Alliance and the Christian and Missionary Alliance church. A. B. Simpson leads us into the Holy of Holies and into the secret places of the Most High. It is the very life of the Christian and it touches the life of God himself. Jonathan Goforth called him the "man whose prayers have reached God. Down through the centuries few men have had greater prayer results." This testament is verified in the fact that he was able to accomplish so much through so little during such troubled times. This book desires to show us God's outpouring of communities, churches, and lives, we can begin by following the example Simpson set forth.
Biography of A.B. Simpson: Born in 1843. A. B. Simpson was a major figure in American evangelicalism at the close of the 19th century, he founded the Christian and Missionary Alliance, established a publishing house, edited a weekly magazine, wrote over a hundred books, eighty volumes of sermons and literature, pastored multiple churches, launched social programs and ministries, founded a college and penned dozens of hymns and gospel songs. A.B. Simpson died in 1919 leaving a legacy that has extended around the world leaving ministries that touched millions of lives.