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How to Pray So As to Get What You Ask   By R. A. Torrey    
Praying is going to the bank, going to the bank that has the largest capital of any bank in the universe, the Bank of Heaven, a bank whose capital is absolutely unlimited. And you can go to the Bank of Heaven any day in the year, and any hour of the day or night, and get from that bank all that you desire, that will certainly be of incalculable importance.

A. W. Pink

Private Prayer   By Arthur W. Pink
"But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly."   Matthew 6:6

Thomas Watson

Prayer   By Thomas Watson
Luther said: "When thou prayest let thy words be few, but thy thoughts and affections many; and above all let them be profound. The less thou speakest the better thou prayest.

The Lord's Dealings with His People   By Robert Murray M'Cheyne
"Hearken unto me. O house of Jacob, and all the remnant of the house of Israel, which are borne by me from the belly, which are carried from the womb. And even in your old age I am he; and even to hoar hairs will I carry you: I have made, and I will bear; even I will carry and will deliver you."   Isaiah 46:3,4

J. C. Ryle

The Danger of Christian Complacency   By J. C. Ryle
If a preacher of religion is only clever and eloquent and earnest, they appear to think he is all right, however strange and heterogeneous his sermons may be. They are destitute of spiritual sense, apparently, and cannot detect error.

The Ministry of Peter   By Harry Ironside
In the great Pentecost chapter we find Peter as the chief spokesman of the Twelve, Matthias being now numbered with them, addressing the multitudes of Jews and devout men, proselytes of the gate, from every nation under heaven. With marvelous clearness and spiritual power and insight he links the significant happenings of that day to Joel's prophecy of the outpouring of the promised Holy Spirit in the last days.

How to Bear Sorrow   By F. B. Meyer
Jesus Christ Himself trod this difficult path, leaving traces of His blood on its flints; and apostles, prophets, confessors, and martyrs have passed by the same way. It is comforting to know that others have traversed the same dark valley, and that the great multitudes which stand before the Lamb, wearing palms of victory, came out of great tribulation.

The Vision Of Dry Bones   By Robert Murray MCheyne
How strange a question was this to put concerning dry, whitened bones! When Jesus said of the damsel: "She is not dead, but sleepeth," they laughed him to scorn; but here were not bodies newly dead, but bones- bare, whitened bones; nay, they were not even skeletons, for bone was separated from its bone; and yet God asks: "Can these bones live?"

George Whitefield

The Duty of searching the Scriptures   By George Whitefield
When the Sadducees came to our blessed Lord, and put to him the question, "whose wife that woman should be in the next life, who had seven husbands in this," he told them "they erred, not knowing the scriptures." And if we would know whence all the errors, that have over-spread the church of Christ, first arose, we should find that, in a great measure, they flowed from the same fountain, ignorance of the word of God.

George Kulp

Apostolic Practices   By George Kulp
A Christian is one who reproduces the life of Christ, and that only is Christianity which produces the work of Christ. You do not alter a thing, or the nature of it, because you put a label on it. Christianity must prove itself. It must prove by its works that it is of God. The Church itself must prove its right to exist, and it does it only as it manifests the spirit of Christ, and reproduces His works.

Brother Lawrence

The Practice of the Presence of God   By Brother Lawrence
That in the winter, seeing a tree stripped of its leaves, and considering that within a little time, the leaves would be renewed, and after that the flowers and fruit appear, he received a high view of the Providence and Power of GOD, which has never since been effaced from his soul. That this view had perfectly set him loose from the world, and kindled in him such a love for GOD, that he could not tell whether it had increased in above forty years that he had lived since.

E. M. Bounds

Prayer Takes In the Whole Man   By E. M. Bounds
The whole man must be given to God in praying. The largest results in praying come to him who gives himself, all of himself, all that belongs to himself, to God. This is the secret of full consecration, and this is a condition of successful praying, and the sort of praying which brings the largest fruits.

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