Beeke, Joel R. & Najapfour, Brian G.
Two works on prayer are here brought together. In Praying in the Spirit Bunyan defines what it means to pray with the spirit and with the understanding, and deals with difficulties in prayer. In The Throne of Grace, he explains how to approach God’s throne in prayer and opens up the blessings God’s people receive from the high priestly ministry of Jesus Christ.
Table of Contents:
Part One: Praying in the Spirit
1. What true prayer is
2. What it is to pray with the Spirit
3. What it is to pray with the Spirit and with the understanding
4. Queries and objections answered
5. Use and application
Part Two: The Throne of Grace
1. God has more thrones than one
2. The godly can distinguish one throne from another
3. The persons intended by the exhortation, ‘Let us come’
4. How we are to approach the throne of grace
5. Motives for coming boldly to the throne of grace
John Bunyan (1628-1688) was born the son of a metalworker near Bedford, England. He went on to become a famous preacher and writer and during his life penned over 2 million words, his most famous work being ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’.