The Right Way to Pray

The Right Way to Pray : A Handy Guide to a Successful Prayer Life

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The Right Way to Pray is an eight step compilation of what prayer is and it is a Guide to a Successful Prayer Life. To pray is to bond with God in the most intense way. Prayer is the oxygen of our spiritual life; without it, we may not survive. Prayer is the conversation held between you and God for the purpose of strengthening and deepening an already existing friendship. Until you are comfortable with the way you are praying, you will not enjoy the power or presence of God that should flow from an active and surrendered life. "The will of God is not a straight line! What this means is that God allows us to go through a process to get to His will. So many times you and I will struggle with whether we are praying what God's will is today." The eight steps of the Right Way to Pray will help you to experience a successful prayer life and also, by reading this book, it can contribute to your spiritual growth for a life of victory and freedom.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 118 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 6mm | 168g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514128500
  • 9781514128503

About Dr Larry J Lloyd Ph D

Reverend Larry J. Lloyd is the founder and general overseer of Spirit of Liberty Christian Fellowship and Global Ministries in Lafayette, Louisiana. He is also the founder of the Prophetic School for Life and Ministry in Lafayette, LA, Los Angeles, CA, and South Africa. Lloyd was ordained in 1973 by the Western Jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ in Shreveport, Louisiana. Reverend Lloyd was consecrated as Bishop and Prelate of Spirit of Liberty in 2008. With forty two years of preaching, teaching, and administrative responsibilities. Dr. Lloyd is considered to be a veteran facilitator with excellent oral communication skills. He believes that prayer is the deepest level of intimacy with God a person can experience. The practice of prayer is not what we do; it is who we are.
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