In a penetrating and forthright style, Edward M. Bounds offers stimulating advice to Christian servants. “The preaching that kills may have insight and grasp of principles, may be scholarly and critical in taste, may have every minutia of the derivation and grammar of the letter, may be able to trim the letter into its perfect pattern, and illume it as Plato and Cicero may be illumined, may study it as a lawyer studies his text-books to form his brief or to defend his case, and yet be like a frost, a killing frost...Preaching which kills is prayerless preaching. Without prayer the preacher creates death, and not life.” This audio book nourishes the heart and mind with Bounds’ message about the role of prayer in the life of the Christian servant.
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Bradley Chambers says:
E.M. Bounds is well known for his writing on prayer. He's written multiple books on it and is highly regarded among Christian theologians for his Biblical based approach on prayer. This is actually the first book I've read by him. 1. Narrator I consider myself an audiobook junkie, so I'm always drawn to a good narrator. Doren Elias did the reading for this book. I found him to be perfe... Read more
Jennifer Bogart says:
E.M. Bounds is well known as one of the pre-eminent, and certainly one of the most prolific authors on the topic of prayer. Power Through Prayer is an audio production of one of his classic works, which while brief (50 pages in print-form, 2.5 hours of audio) is deeply convicting. Bounds writes mainly to pastors, opening each of his brief 20 chapters with a quotation from a great man of faith,... Read more
Gino Curcuruto says:
Power Through Prayer by E.M. Bounds Wilder Publications (2008) This stirring and inspiring book is packed with insightful points from a man who has obviously spent much time seeking the Lord through prayer. E.M. Bounds seeks to show us that it is not more methods and gimmicks that are needed, but earnest men of prayer. Such a timely message today yet Bounds wrote this book many years ago! I... Read more