The Christian in Complete Armour - "All Prayer"
This amazing book is a classic, full of wisdom from God, to teach us to pray. It has been a great blessing to many believers through the centuries. This version is a very large print, letter size pages, double-columned, over 250 pages. Easy to read with space for notes. Puritan writing on "...all prayer..." at its best.
A quote from Gurnall, "Prayer is nothing but the promise reversed, or God's Word formed into an argument, and retorted by faith upon God again."
John Newton, the converted slave trader, said that if he was confined to one book beside the Bible, he dared say Gurnall's Christian Armour would be his choice. Charles Haddon Spurgeon commented that Gurnall's work is "peerless and priceless; every line full of wisdom. The book has been preached over scores of times and is, in our judgment, the best thought-breeder in all our library."
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