Let Us Pray! Study of The Lord’s Prayer and Other Bible Prayer

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Dr. Francis Nigel Lee shows how the Lord’s Prayer and other prayers recorded in the Bible are a pattern for us to know how to pray effectively.

Lord’s Prayer (the prayer our Lord did not Himself pray but gave His disciples to pray), is a good general model. This does not mean it is always to be prayed – word for word. This is how, in this kind of way, but not exactly – prayer is to be made. Dr. Lee discusses most of the Bible’s major prayers and shows also how they relate to the model of all prayers known as The Lord’s Prayer.

This is a treasure trove of short lessons to learn by, to use as preaching outlines, or leading a Bible study or discussion.

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eBook 128 pages (ePub format), eBook 128 pages (.MOBI format)

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dr_francis_nigel_leeDr. Francis Nigel Lee was an Advocate or Barrister (alias a Trial Lawyer) of the Supreme Court of South Africa before becoming a Minister and then pastoring congregations of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) in Mississippi and Florida. He was also: Professor of Philosophy at Shelton College in New Jersey; Scholar in Residence at the Christian Studies Center in Memphis, Tennessee; Academic Dean of Graham Bible College in Bristol, Tennessee; and then for twenty years Professor of Theology and Church History at the Queensland Presbyterian Theological College in Australia. Dr. Lee went to be with the Lord in 2012.
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