Bounds work explaining the Essentials of Prayer, dissecting the different essential parts of prayer
Bound’s work of Prayer and Praying men examines how prayer and the man of God in ministry works.
The Possibilities of Prayer. A work on prayer by EM Bounds, Bounds looks at the ministry of prayer examining how prayer uses the promises of God, and what is possible when one takes advantage of what God has offered us in prayer.
Merrill The Atonement is a 160 page book on the Atonement, with 6 untitled chapters.
PREFACE. About the year 1840, my attention was directed to the consideration of the return of the Lord Jesus, and especially to the Book of the Revelation. I found there […]
In this work by Nazarene author Vess, he examines how we are to “preach and teach holiness.” The idea he conveys is basically that holiness should saturate our life, and that we should constantly seek to announce the holiness of God in all aspects of our life. It should be lived experientially, scripturally, logically, theologically, boldly and fearlessly, tenderly, practically, definitely, specifically, seriously, with joy and gladness, constantly, evangelistically, by example, etc.
The brief messages on prayer contained in this little book have been written for the purpose of stimulating a greater interest in the importance of praying without ceasing. I am convinced that the people of God have not explored the boundless possibilities of prayer. We evidently believe that the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much, but we are often aware of the fact that very little has been accomplished by our own prayers. It has not been possible to present a complete study of the subject of prayer revealed in the Holy Scriptures. For one to undertake such a task would be like an attempt to measure eternity by a span. It is my sincere desire to encourage God’s people to pray without ceasing. When once they understand the fundamental principles of prayer, they will not find it difficult to accomplish some amazing results through effectual fervent intercession. — T.M. Anderson