Power Through Prayer

by Edward M. Bounds


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The caricature of lawyers as money grubbing, selfish narcissists is often derided in popular culture. But Jesus did not come for the righteous, but for the sinner. He has used men trained in the law, such as Calvin and Luther, throughout the history of his church to edify the people of God. Edward M. Bounds is one of these men. Trained as a lawyer, but called to ministry, Bounds served as an Army chaplain during the Civil War. As far as prayer is concerned, Bounds practiced what he preached. His personal prayer regimen called him to prayer for three hours every morning. Bounds did not consider his time in prayer as idle time, but a time that was effective in changing the world through the power and grace of God. Read Bounds' Power Through Prayer to enrich your understanding of God's work in the world.

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Edward M. Bounds
Source: Wikipedia
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Born: August 15, 1835, Shelby County, Missouri
Died: August 24, 1913, Washington, Georgia
Related topics: Audiobooks, Bible, Biography, Bounds, Edward M.--1835-1913, Clergy--Religious life
Basic information: Edward McKendree Bounds (August 15, 1835 – August 24, 1913) was a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal Church South and author of eleven books, nine of which focused on the subject of prayer.
Popular works: Power Through Prayer, Necessity of Prayer, Prayer and Praying Men, Essentials of Prayer, Purpose in Prayer

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