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Did You Think to Pray?

R.T. Kendall

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Prose: non-fiction, Religion & beliefs, Christian life & practice

Bestselling author R. T. Kendall writes for the first time on prayer - arguably the area of greatest need for all Christians.

Children spell love T-I-M-E. What if God spells love T-I-M-E?
The brilliant new book by bestselling Christian writer, R. T. Kendall.

Prayer is one of the most fundamental practices of the Christian faith, yet how many of us really commit adequate time to talking to God? As R. T. points out in DID YOU THINK TO PRAY?, God likes our company. We can only benefit from spending more time with him.

This wonderful new book helps us to better understand what prayer is, why it is so important and how we can overcome the obstacles that seem to prevent us doing it.

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Praise for Did You Think to Pray?

  • A rare jewel...This book is a must-read for the busy and spiritually hungry person. - Ken Costa

  • R.T. Kendall has done it again. He has combined theological clarity with spiritual depth to give us practical insight on how to pray and grow in our relationship with Jesus. - Mike Bickle

  • This is a fascinating book, perhaps the best I've read on the subject. It's challenging, forthright, practical and has deeply affected my own prayer life. - Lyndon Bowring

  • Well written, easy to understand...overflowing with practical encouragement. This is a book for everyone. - Christianity

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R.T. Kendall

Born and raised in the USA, Dr R T Kendall has just retired as Minister at Westminster Chapel, London, where he served for 25 eventful years. Still in huge demand as a writer and speaker around the world. He is one of the best-known and respected Christian leaders and teachers in the UK.

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