Dr. Thomas L. Constable
Professor of Bible Exposition and Director of Doctor of Ministry Studies
DALLAS THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Dallas, Texas
The Leaderís Guide looks good to me. Undoubtedly as you use it in seminars you will receive feedback that will result in your polishing it, as is common with workbooks such as yours. There is nothing that I noticed that I would urge you to modify now.
As I mentioned, my students who participated in your seminar felt that it was very profitable to them. Several of them mentioned that they appreciated your sharing your personal struggles with prayer.
Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
Senior Pastor of THE MOODY CHURCH, Chicago, Illinois
This book will encourage us to approach Christ in faith with the recognition that His presence is both personal and powerful. Here we are reminded that Christ is waiting to meet us at the throne of grace in prayer. Answers are to be expected!
Rev. Roger T. Goodson
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Knoxville, Iowa
The way in which you have researched and laid out, Praying With Christ Obviously Present and Actively In Charge, is very insightful and intriguing. It gets to the heart of prayer! It communicates the heart of our Lord towards His longing to talk with us.
Dr. Robert A. Hanson
Chaplain of PLYMOUTH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
and Pastor of BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Just a note to indicate that Leaderís Guide for Praying With Christ Obviously Present and Actively in Charge has been a blessing to both myself and the leaders of my church. We highly recommend the work to others.
Ö"the basic concept of Christ actively leading His church is necessary for the survival of the Church in America".
Pastor Joe C. Humrichous
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, Danville, Illinois
We have found the Leaderís Guide for Prayer to be helpful in the following ways:
Pastor Ken Rogers
LEWISVILLE BIBLE CHURCH, Lewisville, Texas
In my personal library I have quite a number of excellent books on the subject of prayer. None of these has the clear focus that Oliver Priceís study has - to strengthen the praying of believers who gather as a group to seek the Lord. Letís face it, praying can become routine, and we can easily use "vain repetition" with the same phrases and cliches. Oliver gives instruction that teaches a group of believers to pray expecting the present and listening Lord to do something!
Chaplain Robert C. Thomas
STATE OF MARYLAND CORRECTIONAL SERVICE, Baltimore, Maryland
I really appreciate your book "Praying with Christ Obviously Present and Actively in Charge". We are considering using it in a Bible study group on Monday nights.
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