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Prayer Availeth Much: The Foreword

By T.M. Anderson


      The brief messages on prayer contained in this little book have been written for the purpose of stimulating a greater interest in the importance of praying without ceasing.

      I am convinced that the people of God have not explored the boundless possibilities of prayer.

      We evidently believe that the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much, but we are often aware of the fact that very little has been accomplished by our own prayers.

      It has not been possible to present a complete study of the subject of prayer revealed in the Holy Scriptures. For one to undertake such a task would be like an attempt to measure eternity by a span.

      It is my sincere desire to encourage God's people to pray without ceasing. When once they understand the fundamental principles of prayer, they will not find it difficult to accomplish some amazing results through effectual fervent intercession.

      Your Servant in Christ Jesus,
      T. M. ANDERSON

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See Also:
   Prayer Availeth Much: The Foreword
   Prayer Availeth Much: 1. The Fellowship of Prayer
   Prayer Availeth Much: 2. Our Requests Made Known unto God
   Prayer Availeth Much: 3. God's Peace Obtained in Answer to Prayer
   Prayer Availeth Much: 4. The Praying that Glorifies God
   Prayer Availeth Much: 5. Praying without Doubting
   Prayer Availeth Much: 6. Praying with Desire
   Prayer Availeth Much: 7. A Manifestation of God in Answer to Prayer
   Prayer Availeth Much: 8. The Intercessory Prayers of Christians
   Prayer Availeth Much: 9. The Three Essentials of Prayer
   Prayer Availeth Much: 10. Asking and Receiving
   Prayer Availeth Much: 11. Seeking and Finding
   Prayer Availeth Much: 12. The Knocking That Obtains An Opening
   Prayer Availeth Much: 13. The Immortal Prayers of Saints
   Prayer Availeth Much: 14. Christ Pleads His Will

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