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When Grace Comes Alive

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When Grace Comes Alive

Living Through the Lord's Prayer

Terry Johnson


Pages: 272
Trim: Large trade paperback (216 x 138mm)
Isbn 13: 9781857928822
List Price: £8.99
Imprint: Christian Focus
Category: Theology & Doctrine > Doctrine > Dogmatics & Creeds

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Terry reveals the spiritual depth of the Lord's prayer. Each subject is covered in depth - 'Actively praying for' - includes contrition, God's will to be accomplished, removing temptation etc. 'Attitude in prayer' - includes arguing our case before God, keeping an eternal perspective, the prayer covenant, pleasing God, reverence, etc.

This is a profoundly accessible book, one that cleverly combines the theology of the Lord's Prayer with down-to- earth application. Terry teaches us not only how we should pray but also how we should live.

Sections I. Introduction, Our needs, Please God in Prayer II. The Preface of Praise III. The Petitions IV. The Benediction and Plea V. Persistence VI. Appendix, Bibliography, Index


About Terry Johnson

Terry Johnson is Senior Pastor of the Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, Georgia.

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Reviews

I am delighted with Terry Johnson's When Grace Comes Alive, specifically because it could serve as a clarion call to humble and believing prayer in thousands of churches across the world. ....I found his discussion of 'praying without ceasing' to be sensible and hopeful for us ordinary Christian folk. ...If this book blesses others as it has me, great good for the Kingdom of God will come from it!

Douglas F. Kelly, Richard Jordan Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina


What is refreshing is that the ministry of Terry Johnson has not only historical integrity but it has a very definite appeal to young people, proving once again that the genuinely classic is of interest to all, both the old and the young.

Hughes Oliphant Old, Professor of Reformed Theology and Worship, Erskine Theological Seminary, Due West, South Carolina


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