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The Path of Prayer

The Path of Prayer

by Samuel Chadwick

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Overview

This book, a recommendation of the late Leonard Ravenhill, is one of the greatest ever written on the subject of prayer. It has been a blessing to Christians for generations, and is sure to be a blessing to you.

This edition includes an Active Table of Contents.

Contents:
Chapter 1: The Sign of Prayer
Chapter 2: Learning To Pray
Chapter 3: Praying In Secret
Chapter 4:The Inner Room And The Closed Door
Chapter 5: The Word of God And Prayer
Chapter 6: Praying In The Name
Chapter 7: Praying In The Spirit
Chapter 8: Praying To God Our Father
Chapter 9: The Importunity of Prayer
Chapter 10: The Recompense of Prayer
Chapter 11: The Power of Prayer
Chapter 12: Praying And The Commonplace
Chapter 13: The Prayer of Faith
Chapter 14: Praying "One For Another"
Chapter 15: Praying For Divine Healing
Chapter 16: The Problem of Unanswered Prayer


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940013363632
Publisher: Jawbone Digital
Publication date: 09/29/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 122 KB

About the Author

Samuel Chadwick was born in Burnley, Lancashire in the industrialized north of England into a devout Methodist family. His father worked in a cotton mill and, at the age of 8, Samuel joined him, working 12-hour shifts. At the age of 21, he became a lay pastor at nearby Stacksteads.

After a major awakening and deepening of his faith in his late twenties via a personal epiphany after which he burned all his early sermons, he moved on to larger congregations and greater popularity. After a few years preaching in Edinburgh and at a new chapel in Glasgow he was ordained in 1890 and returned to England as Superintendent of the Leeds Mission.

In 1904 Chadwick began lecturing weekly at Cliff College, a Methodist lay training centre, commuting from Leeds. In 1907, he was appointed to a faculty position as a biblical and theological tutor. Although he was doing mission work in the South Yorkshire coal fields when the Principal of Cliff died in 1912, he immediately returned to the school and was formally appointed principal in 1913, remaining in that post for the rest of his career.

Famed outdoor evangelist Leonard Ravenhill was educated at Cliff College during Chadwick's tenure.

(from Wikipedia)

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