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Can our prayers actually change God's mind? In this prayer study by E.M. Bounds and Glenn Langohr we delve into how the greatest Biblical prophets prayed to God. The examination includes: Abraham, Moses, Elijah, Hezekiah, Ezra, Nehemiah, Samuel, Daniel, and Paul. This book will help ignite your prayer life and is grounded in Biblical truth and grace. God bless you.

©2014 Glenn Langohr (P)2014 Glenn Langohr

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This is a wonderful book full of amazing Bible stories. It is painfully clear the narrator did not bother to find the pronunciation of a single Biblical name or city. Sadly he made them up as he went along. It was so annoying I could no longer listen. Also concerning, he had a nasal tone that I spent considerable time trying to overcome. It proved too much to overcome.