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    1. Goldonna, La.
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: male
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      August 5, 2011
      tkeithj
      Goldonna, La.
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      Gender: male
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      what I have read so far it show's the godly way to pray.
    2. Muskogee, OK
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      May 28, 2008
      Tina S Highers
      Muskogee, OK
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      I needed specific instructions. This is a wonderful book that I understand and can use the ideas, not only for corporate gatherings but even just for me! It is a blessing...
    3. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      March 15, 2008
      C. Kevin Farr
      The emphasis and encouragement of corporate prayer among God's people is long overdue. Our culture has too long emphasized the unbiblical idea of the 'Lone Ranger' Christian. Franklin does a good job of helping re-introduce the corporate nature and importance of prayer among God's people. One disappointment is the freedom he has taken with the Acts 6:4 Greek text in order to try and support his premise of corporate prayer (pg 6ff). His premise is good, just not found in this text which the author asserts is a (if not the) major source of his book. Biblical fidelity and accuracy must reign supreme. If the idea/understanding is biblical, go to the texts which legitimately support it, do not press ideas into a text for supposed support.
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