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The Rhythm of Prayer: A Forty Day Experience

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Many Christians desire a meaningful prayer life, but few take intentional steps to go deeper in prayer. Years of unstructured prayer have led many believers to an existence with little to no prayer at all. Author Mark Moore guides readers through forty days of liturgical prayer. The consistency of these daily prayers creates a rhythm of intentionally where believers can experience a deep, consuming conversation with God. A world of Christians awaits a strong foundation for their prayer lives and the subsequent ...
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Many Christians desire a meaningful prayer life, but few take intentional steps to go deeper in prayer. Years of unstructured prayer have led many believers to an existence with little to no prayer at all. Author Mark Moore guides readers through forty days of liturgical prayer. The consistency of these daily prayers creates a rhythm of intentionally where believers can experience a deep, consuming conversation with God. A world of Christians awaits a strong foundation for their prayer lives and the subsequent life-changing relationship with God they will develop.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780898273458
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication date: 11/1/2006
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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Mark A. Moore holds an M.A. in apologetics from Biola University and an M.A. in spiritual formation from Talbot School of Theology. A former member of the pastoral staff at Skyline Wesleyan Church, San Diego, Calif., he now creates discipleship resources for local churches and speaks extensively on the subjects of prayer and personal spiritual growth.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2007

    40 Days: A Fresh Take on Classic Prayer

    When using topical prayer guides, the protestant who entrenches himself in his sect of Christianity can miss the fullness of a prayer tradition that other Christians have benefitted from. This guide will propel a believer into the worldwide stream of worship within the church calendar and elevate his prayer style as Mr. Moore, a fellow believer, shepherds him/her through. The style of writing is reverent, structured and elliptical, but if one has not grown up in this manner of prayer tradition, they will recognize the benefit and newness of this prayer perspective directed toward our mystical, mysterious God. Mr. Moore explains the need to return to the basics of prayer and start over anew, praying in the old book of prayer style with new scripture translations. In the foreward, he likens the need to freshen our prayer lives to the need to return to the basics in other areas such as jazz, to find inspiration and acuity. This book is an excellent exercise for a prayer group or church starting a program for Lent (Ash Wednesday), though this obviously is not, at this time :),condoned by Catholic hierarchy. Moore may be running through the Catholic tradition lobbing Protestants some of the treasures, but non-sectarians will see this perspective as another view of our Creator. Moore shepherds us well.

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