Author: John Calvin

Category: Religious & Inspirational

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If you are feeling spiritually dry and just know it is because you are not spending time with your God, this book is for you. If you long to draw close to your Savior but you are struggling with the words to say, again, this book is for you.Praying can be hard. It's hard to make the time to pray. It's hard to get up early, or go to bed later in an effort to draw close to God. It's hard when there are so many other things demanding time and attention. And it's especially hard when you are feeling spiritually dry and just don't know what to say or where to start.

Take a step today, and start here.

The complete series of Praying Through the Prophets is now available in one volume. Praying Through the Prophets (Jonah, Micah & Nahum) is a compilation of prayers taken from John Calvin's commentaries on the Old Testament prophets. Each prayer has a scripture that can be read alongside, deepening your love and understanding for the Word. There is nothing so fulfilling as praying to God with a Bible open on your lap ready to listen and hear from Him. Use these prayers as a springboard into your own prayer life. As you pray you will find yourself thinking of other things to pray about resulting in drawing close once again to your Savior. Putting God first and removing any idols that are taking His place will result in a wonderfully fulfilling relationship with the Lord, and which will have an impact on all around you. The following is a prayer taken from the 'Jonah, Micah & Nahum' volume Micah 2:7-11 Grant, Almighty God, that since we cannot otherwise really profit by thy word, than by having all our thoughts and affections subjected to thee, and offered to thee as a sacrifice, - O grant, that we may suffer thee, by the sound of thy word, so to pierce through everything within us, that being dead in ourselves, we may live to thee, and never suffer flatteries to become our ruin but that we may, on the contrary, patiently endure reproofs, however bitter they may be, only let them serve to us as medicine, by which our inward vices may be cleansed, until at length being thoroughly cleansed and formed into new creatures, we may, by a pious and holy life, really glorify thy name, and be received into that celestial glory, which has been purchased for us by the blood of thy only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.