A compilation of sixty two-page readings on prayer. Titles include: "Authority to Take," "Prayers that Outlive an Age," "For the Asking." This book was close to the top of the late Leonard Ravenhill's list of recommended books! Great book to use in personal devotions or to kick off a prayer meeting.
For many years, Edwin and Lillian Harvey edited a Christian paper in Great Britain called The Message of Victory. They also wrote numerous books, the first of which was called The Christian's Daily Challenge.
Their two books on prayer have come to be regarded as classics on the subject. These two volumes are laid out in the form of sixty-six two-page readings, so that they can be used as a devotional aid in quiet times or at the family altar. These are not "how-to" books on prayer, but rather a collection of challenging writings from spiritual masters down through the ages. The books are intended to give you a shot in the arm--something to spur you on in your prayer life.
Is your prayer life weak? These books are just the thing to get you stirred up to the tremendous opportunities and possibilities that are open to every child of God through the avenue of prayer.
Kneeling We Triumph books one and two have been used by church prayer groups in their regular gatherings as a means of stimulating to deeper, stronger prayer times.
Leonard Ravenhill loved these books and recommended them to young pray-ers everywhere.
A great variety of Christian writers from all ages of the church has been quoted, so that the subject is not looked at from a narrow perspective. The quotation on the back cover of volume 1 reads:
"To arouse one man or woman to the tremendous power of prayer for others is worth more than the combined activity of a score of average Christians."--A. J. Gordon
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