“The end of all things is near; therefore, be of sound judgment and sober spirit for the purpose of prayer” (1 Peter 4:7). This biblical text, among others, summons Jesus followers to enter the presence of God to ask Him to do all His will in His world. But discovering the divine will means searching the divine word. In this little book, Brent Martin reveals the fruit of his own search into this critical piece of Christian living, his aim being to identify the content of New Testament prayer and to help believers incorporate that content into their own praying for a deeper, more satisfying prayer life.
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Endorsements & Reviews
“Prayer is a topic that is critical to the Christian life, yet often neglected in the lives of individual followers of Jesus and among the churches they call home. Brent appreciates and practices the discipline of prayer, rooted in the teaching and instruction of Jesus, and is uniquely able to lead the reader to a greater appreciation for and practice of prayer. May God use this resource to compel His people to pray and pray well.”
—Dr. Matt Rogers, Pastor, Christ Fellowship Cherrydale & Assistant Professor, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
“With thorough, readable precision, Brent Martin helps us maneuver toward one of the hardest struggles in the Christian life: the struggle to pray. This book will move your heart toward embracing the satisfying hope of that one thing that we often ignore or run away from: asking God.”
—Dow Welsh, Pastor, Holland Avenue Baptist Church, Cayce, S.C.
“Brent walks his readers through the Lord’s Prayer in a way that creates tension in the Christian’s life. This tension is vital to helping one choose the Kingdom of God over the ways of the world by reminding his readers that the gospel wins because Jesus is Lord. Brent also instructs his readers that walking with God is a journey that can’t be completed alone. I highly recommend this helpful book as you practice the way of Jesus wherever you go and for as long as you live.”
—Quintin Baldwin, Blue Ridge Regional Director for The Navigators
“Replete with Scripture, Brent Martin is a faithful guide for Christians in prayer. What is the posture of prayer? What are the purposes of prayer? Why is it that the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray? In this faithful exposition of Scripture regarding prayer, which is supported by how the Church has instructed people in prayer, we have a steady and faithful support.”
—Dr. Matthew Wireman, Associate Dean of the School of Ministry, North Greenville University & Pastor, Christ the Redeemer Greenville
“This is a great devotional book with articles that take biblical passages on prayer and both teaching them and aiming them at our hearts. You will find it both comforting and convicting. It will inform you and expand your reflections on passages you have read before. I highly recommend it!”
—Dr. Jeff Elliott, New Covenant Presbyterian Church
“There is only one topic the disciples asked Jesus to teach them: prayer. Few of us feel that our prayer life is what it should be. In this book my friend Brent gives us simple, yet powerful and practical words that will inspire and encourage you. Pick it up!”
—Rev. Toby Dix, Lead Pastor of Christ Fellowship Eastside, Greenville, S.C. & Founder and President of Be Real Ministries
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