I thought it would further facilitate students who were interested in the works of Andrew Murray, especially on prayer, to go to the Wikipedeia site where information about Murray and his works are consolidated. From that page you can find references and avenues to direct you to his other works. Another avenue is available at this website for accessing most of Murray’s works. Still another online address with ability to download to your computer more prayer files by Andrew Murray you will find by clicking on Murray’s name.
E.M. Bounds, was an American author, attorney, and member of the Methodist Episcopal Church South clergy. He is known for writing 11 books, nine of which focused on the subject of prayer. You can learn more about him and find avenues to his books at the Wikipedia address by clicking on his name at the beginning of this paragraph.
Prayer is a common subject to almost all men. When searching through the internet you will find information that is not related to Christian praying. Our information is directly pointed to Christian prayers and praying. You may find yourself in a dither and needing some quick inspiration concerning your prayer needs. For this reason the following information is included. At the site mentioned here you can find practical help in praying. You will find access to actual prayers, lists of prayers, various kinds of prayers for specific situations. These are only added here to help to stimulate your mind and heart when you find yourself in need.
In my studies for Chaplaincy I met a young Presbyterian who introduced me to John Piper’s website. You will find a multitude of prayer information and helps at John Piper’s site, Desiring God.
Perhaps you sense a calling in your heart or inner man to concentrate your efforts in prayer or more precisely to become a prayer warrior yourself. By going to this site you will find information to assist you on your journey. One of the Calvary Chapel sites had some interesting and informative prayer guidelines online. Their web address we have referenced here to assist you in your prayer endeavors.
Even in our generation there are little known giants in the faith who were and are faithful examples of “prayer warriors.” Eleven ways to be a faithful prayer warrior can be found at Crosswalk.com. Another website dedicated to assisting you in becoming a prayer warrior can be found here. If prayer sincerely interests you I am sure you will find the information contained on all of these sites informative, rewarding, and interesting.
Keep the Faith! Be instant in season and out of season! Continue in faithful praying!!