‘To read the work of a Puritan doctor of the soul is to enter a rich world of spiritual theology to feed the mind, heart-searching analysis to probe the conscience, Christ-centred grace to transform the heart, and wise counsel to direct the life. This series of Pocket Puritans provides all this in miniature, but also in abundance.’ — SINCLAIR B. FERGUSON
Matthew Henry's A Method for Prayer (1710) consists almost entirely of Scripture, under various headings, to help Christians pray in harmony with the truth of God. It has been revised by O. Palmer Robertson to allow the language of prayer to be expressed in today's idiom. This Pocket Puritan is a sampler for that larger work. It is sent out with confidence that God will honor his Word, as it is redirected back to him in the form of heartfelt prayer.
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