Taking Hold of God: Reformed and Puritan Perspectives on Prayer
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In Taking Hold of God, you will enter the treasury of the church of Jesus Christ and discover some of its most valuable gems on the subject of Christian prayer. The writings of the Reformers and Puritans shine with the glory of God in Christ, offering us much wisdom and insight today that can make our own prayer lives more informed, more extensive, more fervent, and more effectual.
Six contemporary scholars explore the writings and prayer lives of several Reformers and Puritans - among them Martin Luther, John Calvin, William Perkins, Matthew Henry and Jonathan Edwards - guiding us to growth in prayer and a more grateful communion with God.
"... here can be found nourishment, example, instruction, encouragement, and, yes, deep challenge, all in one volume. May these pages serve as a tonic for our weakness, a remedy for our sickness, and an inspiration to greater prayerfulness in our churches!"?
- Sinclair B. Ferguson, Senior Minister of First Presbyterian Church of Columbia, South Carolina
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