The Power of Prayer and the Prayer of Power
Prayer is the key that unlocks all the storehouses of God’s infinite grace and power. All that God is, and all that God has, is at the disposal of prayer; but we must use the key.
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The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the Lord, But the prayer of the upright is His delight. – Proverbs 15:8
Prayer is the key that unlocks all the storehouses of God’s infinite grace and power. All that God is, and all that God has, is at the disposal of prayer; but we must use the key. Prayer can do anything that God can do, and since God can do anything, prayer is omnipotent. No one can stand against the person who knows how to pray, who meets all the conditions of prevailing prayer, and who really prays, and if they are willing to pay the price. The price is prayer, much prayer, much real prayer, prayer in the Holy Spirit.
List of Chapters
Ch. 1: The Power of Prayer
Ch. 2: What Definite and Desirable Results Will Definite and Determined Prayer Produce?
Ch. 3: What Prayer Can Do for Churches, for the Nation, and for All Nations
Ch. 4: How to Pray So as to Get What You Ask
Ch. 5: Who Can Pray so as to Get What They Ask?
Ch. 6: Praying in the Name of Jesus Christ
Ch. 7: The Prayer of Faith
Ch. 8: Praying Through, and Praying in the Holy Spirit
Ch. 9: Hindrances to Prayer
Ch. 10: Prevailing Prayer and Real Revival
About the Author
Reuben Archer Torrey traveled all over the world leading evangelistic tours, preaching to the unsaved. It is believed that more than one hundred thousand were saved under his preaching. Torrey married Clara Smith in 1879, with whom he had five children. In 1908, he helped start the Montrose Bible Conference in Pennsylvania, which continues today. He became dean of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles (now Biola University) in 1912, and was the pastor of the Church of the Open Door in Los Angeles from 1915 to 1924. Torrey continued speaking all over the world and holding Bible conferences. He died in Asheville, North Carolina, on October 26, 1928.