by D. Eastman
Category: Religion & Philosophy / Religion & Beliefs
Publisher: Baker Book House Co ,U.S.
Publication date: 1 December 1990
Number of pages: 176
Interest Age: 15
A Practical Plan for Personal Prayer This latest book by Dick Eastman, the author of No Easy Road (almost 500,000 copies in print), provides the reader with a challenge that, if accepted, wilt change not only his personal world but also the vast world around him. Filled with practical suggestions for revitalized prayer, this unique book describes a plan by which the Christian who wants to improve his prayer life can reach his goal. Every Christian, says Dick Eastman, has the gift of 24 hours in each day, and should be confronted with the challenge to use one of those hours in prayer and Bible study. One hour per day adds up to 365 hours per year — 45 eight-hour days! Accumulated, those sixty minutes per day represent an awesome potential for change in the life of the Christian and the world around him. Some Christians ask, "How can anyone possibly pray for an entire hour'?' Dick Eastman responds with a unique twelve-step prayer program. Each hour is divided into twelve five-minute 'points of focus," a plan that will aid any sincere Christian in the development of a consistent daily devotional habit. (From the Cover)
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