Nothing in the life of faith is so difficult to maintain, and yet the very key to life is found in the secret place where God waits for you. In this classic, Chadwick explains both its power and how to do it. Rekindle your passion for a life of prayer.
As the young pastor of a self-satisfied English congregation in the 1880s, Samuel Chadwick was so frustrated over his lack of power in the pulpit that he collected his sermons in a pile and set fire to them. The result was immediate: the Holy Spirit fell on him. The new vitality in his preaching was evident in his very next sermon, at which seven people came to Christ. Within a few years his reputation had grown to the point that the chapel was full a half-hour before the service, and police had to be called to control the crowds. In his final years as principal of a training school for preachers, he wrote his most well-known book, The Way to Pentecost, which was being printed when he died in 1932.
In this classic, Chadwick explains both its power and how to do it. Rekindle your passion for a life of prayer.