Prayer: The Kind God Hears

In the early years of the Church, in and during the founding of America, prayer was a nationally accepted form of communicating with God, but it is quickly becoming a thing of the past. Now prayer is replaced with the words of a popular song and people fail to speak to God on their own simply allowing the lyrics to speak for them. It's time for our prayers to be the ones God actually hears!

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301409907
About Dr. Martin G Tharp PhD

Dr. Martin Tharp has been an avid student of the Bible for many years and holds a Bachelor, Master and eight Doctorates, one honorary and seven earned, including a Doctor. of Literature and two PhDs. He has been in full time ministry for over fifty years and has authored thirty-six books to date, many of which are being used as curriculum in Bible colleges around the United States and abroad.
He has also penned a number of gospel songs and recorded twenty-eight albums as well as being actively involved in a school ministry to Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom for the past thirty-two years. He and his wife, Sharon, travel extensively across the USA and the whole of the British Isles holding evangelistic crusades in the churches of both countries.

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