Honolulu (PRWEB) August 19, 2013
A guide on prayer that is simple but most of all practical, which covers all its aspects and broken down into a series of easy-to-follow steps, is in the book titled The Principles of Powerful Prayer by author Richard T.R. Sullivan.
Prayer is simply speaking to God. It is a dialogue of sweet love between God and man. This is a time of divine closeness with the Heavenly Father. When one knows the love, beauty, and fragrance of God, one will want to spend time with Him.
Most people really do not know how to pray effectively. The book takes readers to the mystery out of prayer. It covers all the routes of prayer and breaks them down into a series of easy-to-follow directions. Just like a map, the book is easy to follow. The map of prayer is easy to read and concrete—not muddled.
The first edition of this book was created with the help of the author’s father. This current edition was solely done by the author since his father had arthritis. This book on practical prayer focuses more on “how to pray” view rather than the “what is prayer” view. With this guide, readers will not run out of ideas on how to pray or what to say. With this, one’s time with God will be an enjoyable experience, not a time of being lost. Thus, personal prayer with God will be productive and satisfying. One may even see miraculous changes in attitude towards life.
This book will be featured at the 2013 Beijing Book Fair in Beijing, China, on August 28 – September 2, 2013.
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About the Author
Richard T.R. Sullivan was born and raised in the western part of the United States. He enjoys swimming, golfing, board games, and music.
The Principles of Powerful Prayer * by Richard T.R. Sullivan
A Practical Plan for Prayer
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 141 pages; 978-1-4653-7494-3
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