Beyond All You Could Ask or Imagine

There’s nothing wrong with praying sincerely for God’s general blessings for people and situations in our lives. But God desires that his children experience much, much more when they pray.

In Beyond All You Could Ask or Think, Ray Pritchard urges readers to explore the fullness of God’s purpose for our prayer lives. Using the apostle Paul’s prayers as models for our own, Dr. Pritchard shows us how praying according to God’s will always leads to God’s blessing.

The Apostle Paul prayed with power by praying with faithful expectation, knowing that it was entirely God's power to act and answer. If we, like Paul truly believed in a powerful, all-knowing, all-loving God, would we not take every large and small concern to Him? Dr. Ray Pritchard writes in a way that will help you to make prayer a consistent and disciplined practice.

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