- "Is it humanly possible to pray like Jesus?"
- "Since God knows what we need even before we pray, why bother to pray?"
- "To what extent does one's relationship with God affect one's prayers?"
With questions like these, John Brokhoff takes you on a 13-chapter journey of prayer in "Pray Like Jesus."
This book will help develop more effective prayer for persons and groups. It examines and studies the nature of Jesus' prayers. It examines methods and techniques Jesus used. It explores a theology of prayer, and a study of prayers in the Bible, which culminates with a study of the Lord's Prayer.
This book is ideal for personal use, group study or a sermon series. Each chapter concludes with a series of discussion questions.
Chapter titles include:
The Contents of Prayer
The Variety of Prayer
Prayer and Healing
The Power of Prayer
John R. Brokhoff is former Professor of Homiletics, Candler School of Theology, Emory University. He is a graduate of Muhlenberg College and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia. His other popular CSS titles include "Lectionary Preaching Workbook, A, B and C," "Preaching The Parables, A, B and C," and "Preaching The Miracles, A, B and C."