In his book, With Christ in the School of Prayer, Andrew Murray writes, “Reading a book about prayer, listening to lectures and talking about it is very good, but it won’t teach you to pray. You get nothing without exercise, without practice.”1 This is a most foolish thing to say. If reading, listening, and talking about prayer “won’t teach you to pray,” then how are these activities “very good”? If I get “nothing” without practice, then why should I read his book?
|Date:||December 26, 2017|
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