Praying Christians are society's best revolutionaries. They engage in the most remarkable act a human can perform, and, in so doing, unleash God's sustaining power. In No Easy Road, Dick Eastman offers challenge, guidance, and encouragement to help believers on the sometimes difficult, though always rewarding, journey of prayer.
This best-selling classic, originally published by Baker in 1971, tracks a Pilgrim's Progress-like progression down the road of prayer. Using stories from biblical times to today, it walks readers through the Peak of Unbelief, the Plateau of Intercession, the Mountain of Self-will, and more. Designed for all believers who seek to revitalize their prayer lives, it is also a pertinent resource for pastors, prayer leaders, missionaries, and others who wish to mobilize others to pray.
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||30th Anniversary Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.35(d)|
About the Author
Dick Eastman is the international president of Every Home for Christ and president of America's National Prayer Committee. He is the originator of the Change the World School of Prayer that has taught prayer principles to more than two million Christians worldwide. Eastman has written more than a dozen books, including The Hour That Changes the World, with more than 500,000 copies in print. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with his wife, Dee.
Table of Contents
|Thoughts for the Journey||11|
|1.||No Easy Road||21|
|2.||The Peak of Unbelief||29|
|3.||The Mountain of Sin||39|
|4.||An Avalanche of Excuses||51|
|5.||The Peak of Habit||63|
|6.||The Plateau of Intercession||73|
|7.||The Cove of Holiness||85|
|8.||The Mountain of Self-Will||95|
|9.||The Bridge of Balance||107|
|10.||The Mountain of Persistence||117|
|12.||Trail's End: The Mountain of God's Power||139|
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