Praying From The Heart (Paperback)Warren W Wiersbe
Warren Wiersbe encourages believers to find joy in God’s presence as they discover practical tools for incorporating prayer into their everyday lives.
In Praying from the Heart, Dr. Warren Wiersbe addresses the reader’s deepest questions about prayer, exploring why and how God asks them to pray. His easy-to-read writing style is brimming with anecdotes and humour which makes this book accessible to everyone.
Perfect for believers in any stage of their faith, Praying from the Heart offers practical tools to help readers incorporate prayer into their everyday lives. They will discover God’s will for their prayer lives, how their relationship with God and others affects their prayers, and what it means to pray for their enemies.
Throughout this helpful book, Dr. Wiersbe encourages believers to find joy in God’s presence as they practice the daily rhythm of conversation with God.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title Gebede uit die hart.
About The Author
Warren W. Wiersbe is an internationally known Bible teacher, prolific author and conference speaker. He has ministered in churches and conferences in Canada, Central and South America, Europe, and the United States. For 10 years, Wiersbe served as general director and Bible teacher for the Back to the Bible radio broadcast, which has more than 185 000 followers on Facebook. He has published more than 160 books and was awarded the Gold Medallion Lifetime Achievement Award by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. He and his wife live in Lincoln, Nebraska.
ByWarren W Wiersbe
Size140 x 208 mm
Number of Pages160 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
“We all know what light is,” Samuel Johnson told his friend James
Boswell, “but it is not easy to tell what it is.” He might have said
the same thing about prayer, although he did mention that “to reason
philosophically on the nature of prayer was very unprofitable.”
Ponder that statement.
What, after all, is prayer? Can we define it? Do we really have
to define it? And if God is an all-powerful God, why doesn’t He just
do what needs to be done? Does He really need our help, through
prayer, to accomplish these things? And if He’s an all-knowing God,