The Power of A Praying Pastor
“The character as well as the fortunes of the gospel is committed to the preacher. He makes or mars the message from God to man. The preacher is the golden pipe through which the divine oil flows. The pipe must not only be golden, but open and flawless, that the oil may have a full, unhindered, unwasted flow. . . . ”
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Discover how God operates in and through prayer and how the preaching man is to be a praying man. Martin Luther spent his best three hours each day in prayer—and for good reason: he realized that prayer is the preacher’s mightiest weapon. Learn afresh—or for the first time—of the all-importance prayer plays in the life of the preacher, how prayer is an almighty force in itself, how it gives life and force to all. Whether you are a preacher, teacher, leader, layman, or believer, this is a must-read book on prayer and what it does for the health and vitality of the church. Here is a book that must be in every preacher’s library.