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<transcy>Take Words With You (eBook) (Prier selon les Écritures (eBook))</transcy>

Tim Kerr
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HOW CAN WE USE THE BIBLE TO PRAY?

Prayer and Bible reading are often seen as two separate disciplines of Christian life. Yet it is essential that our prayers be guided, fulfilled, extended and framed by the Word of God.

In this book, Tim Kerr presents a simple, uplifting, and practical method of prayer. It draws on over 2,500 prayers and promises found in the scriptures to show us how to pray according to God's will. These Bible texts form the heart of this manual and make it a valuable resource for anyone seeking to develop their prayer life and obtain answers.

Author

TIM KERR was born in Canada, but spent half of his life in Asia. In 2000, he and his family returned to live in Canada. For several years he was pastor of Sovereign Grace Church in Toronto. In 2016, he relinquished his role as Senior Pastor to take on a part-time pastor position. Tim also serves as a mentor for pastors and young leaders.

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Original title : Take Words With You
Author : Tim Kerr
Publisher : Cruciforme
Publication : November 2018
ISBN : 978-2-924595-80-0
Pages : 310
Format : paperback


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Tony Bissonnette
Un livre à utiliser en église

Ce livre de Tim Kerr, inspiré des prières et des promesses de la Bible nous a servi pour une étude en église et dans les groupes maisons durant plusieurs semaines. La méthode d'étude suggérée par l'auteur, utilisant des pictogrammes pour chaque étape est claire et facile à appliquer. Étant essentiellement composé de versets bibliques, le contenu de ce livre nous aide à bien saisir et à s'approprier les promesses que Dieu nous donne dans sa Parole. Approfondir les promesses de Dieu pour nous-mêmes et apprendre à prier selon les Écritures, nous aide à réaliser ce que le psalmiste déclare : "Quand on tourne vers lui les regards, on est rayonnant de joie, Et le visage ne se couvre pas de honte". (Ps 34.6)