Giveaway

Many people call the prayer found in Matthew 6  “The Lord’s Prayer” because Jesus prayed it. However, it is more accurately called “The Model Prayer” because Jesus was not giving us a spiritual incantation to recite; He was teaching His disciples how to pray to the Father.

Lord, Teach Me to Pray in 28 Days by Kay Arthur is an inductive study of not only the passage found in Matthew 6, but also of other scriptures about prayer. It will guide you step by step, precept upon precept, into the real truth about what the Bible says about prayer – how to pray, when to pray, what to pray, etc. Each of the 28 days is a lesson which takes about 30 minutes to complete. At the end of 28 days, you will have a working, biblical knowledge of prayer. It is a great study to do this summer either alone as a daily devotional or with a friend.

Precept Camden is giving away a copy of Lord, Teach Me to Pray in 28 Days. For a chance to win, simply enter a comment on this post. Tell me a prayer that has God answered for you. You can be as specific or as general as you like. Leave your comment by midnight (EST) on Friday, May 22, 2010. A winner will be chosen by random number generator and will be posted sometime Saturday.

This book would be a valuable part of a wonderful discipleship path. Add to it this study and this one, and you will have a prepared servant ready to grow in his knowledge of the Lord and win the world for Christ!

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10 thoughts on “Giveaway

  1. A prayer I have had for the last couple years was to have an older woman who is a Christian to mentor me as I felt I was missing something. Our church just started what is called “Elizabeth Project” and I now have a wonderful lady that has been paired with me and I know after just one meeting that I will learn a lot from her.

  2. I have wanted to do this study forever! It seems like a really good study and precept never dissappoints.

  3. If this is the expanded version, does that mean that if will be 28 longer days, or more than 28 days? I don’t know if 28 days is long enough. Some people spend years studying and on their knees. Is this like the praying version of getting rich quick? All joking aside. I know this is a great study. Everyone can benefit from it. Even though we pray everyday, this would be a great refresher as to what it is all about. Thanks for putting it up, Kari.

  4. A prayer that was answered and I still see the results of everyday are my 5 happy and healthy children! P.S. Kari, I wanna win!

  5. There are so many answered prayers. The one that has changed my life is finding a church-being a part of the body and being used by God!

  6. A week ago, my job ended. I have no way to make it as I live pay check to pay check…sad to say, but the way it is. I prayed with praise and total faith that God would provide and lead me the right way. Satan kept trying to make me fearful and I quoted scripture and kept praying with praise. Now this is a tough economy for work…but today (exactly one week) a job came. What an awesome God we serve, and I pray that no matter what you are facing today, this story will inspire you, encourage you and glorify Him. Thank you Jesus!

  7. Just a few days ago, a gal at church was asking me for Precept materials…this would be a great book to give her!

  8. Prayer is one of those things I struggle with. Particularly those that seem to go unanswered – even after years. Or days they seem to bounce off the ceiling and walls, into the silence. There is a reason it’s called faith, and that faith is a gift of God: it is not easy to talk to someone who doesn’t audibly talk back. It’s not easy to believe in Someone you can’t see. So that is why it is so important to treasure those times when prayers have been answered (and it’s more than just coincidence). Remember those times. For that is how you get through the dry spells.

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