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Prayer is foundational to the Christian life, but many people don't really understand it. What is it for? How does it work? Why do we do it?

This short and accessible audiobook explains what prayer is, why it exists, and how it can encourage us in our lives of faith. Written by a pastor with years of teaching and counseling experience, Why We Pray doesn't simply tell listeners why they should pray but instead focuses on four blessing-filled reasons that will help Christians want to pray. Rather than feeling discouraged and disheartened by their inconsistency in prayer, listeners will feel reinvigorated to approach God with confidence and joy, delighted by the privilege of talking directly to their loving heavenly Father.

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Very Good

This book can be helpful for many people, regardless of their level of faith. It is relatively short, but powerful. It includes reflection questions that are helpful for individual or group study. Loved it, will read again and tell friends about it.

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Good short primer

What did you love best about Why We Pray?

The reformed perspectiv

What other book might you compare Why We Pray to and why?

Tim Keller - Prayer

What about Maurice England’s performance did you like?

Clear and understandable

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

A decent primer on the topic. The topic is covered from a reformed/non-Armenian point of view. This results in a more cogent and complete hermeneutic. The short and digestible chapters do well at building upon each over and uses applicable metaphors when needed. There is space dedicated to the topic as it relates to God's sovereignty. However due to the short length there are a few sub-points on the topic that would have been nice to address.<br/><br/>The book offers a biblical look at the topic and the short length makes it a good starter on the topic especially for new believers. Final grade - B