In Prayer That Brings Revival, best-selling author David Yonggi Cho shares key principles to having the kind of prayer life that will move your mountains and stir revival in home, church, and community. This book will: -Show you how prayer produces power. -Teach you the key to prayer and fasting. -Prepare you to wait on the Lord. -Help you to pray longer, with more persistence. -Instruct you on how to listen to God¿s voice.Publishers Description
In Prayer That Brings Revival, best-selling author David Yonggi Cho shares key principles to having the kind of prayer life that will move your mountains and stir revival in home, church, and community. This book will: -Show you how prayer produces power. -Teach you the key to prayer and fasting. -Prepare you to wait on the Lord. -Help you to pray longer, with more persistence. -Instruct you on how to listen to God's voice.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.56"
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Oct 19, 1998
Publisher CHARISMA HOUSE #135
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|GREAT BOOK!! Aug 26, 2006|
|This is my favorite of Cho's books. I consider it along with the Forth Dimension I & II to be a trilogy on pray and faith for church growth. I first read these works many years ago , yet I've allowed a lot to come into my life and let me drift from utilizing these principles. In recent weeks, I've sensed the Holy Spirit to be leading me back to a fresh study and application of the message Cho seeks to share with Christians around the world.|
|A Charismatic Challenge to Prayer Dec 3, 2005|
|David Yonggi Cho pastors the largest church in the world with over 1 million members in Seoul, South Korea. How does a church of that size obey the "one anothers" of Scripture is for another debate but this church is one of the largest praying churches in the world. Cho adds that over 1 million people a year come and pray at Prayer Mountain (which is discussed in the book). |
The book once again offers a non-American challenge to prayer. While the third world continues to see many disciples made (Mark 16:15-16), the Church in the West continues to slide toward unbibilcal emphasis such as the purpose-driven fad, the Jabez fad, or the business techniques of the world for "success" in local churches which is often measured in pure numbers and money rather than people passionate for Jesus. Few books (and almost none) point the Church in the West back to her knees in repentance and deep intercessory prayer as Cho does in this work.
While non-charismatics might not fully agree with Cho on "praying in the Spirit" which he says is tongues (1 Cor. 14:13-17) to his questionable emphasis on the fourth dimension which Cho borrows from Buddhism (his religious background), few will have a problem embracing Cho's call to prayer. In fact I believe you will be deeply challenged to seek God like never before (Isaiah 55:6). Truly may we become a Church of prayer (Acts 2:42; 1 Thess. 5:17).
|Got Prayer? May 25, 2002|
|In this powerful book, Cho unlocks the secret of spiritual transport into God's throne-room. See you there...|
Cho should know about the power of prayer. From a miraculous healing in a dirt-floored bungalow to becoming God's man to lead the larget Christian church in the world, Cho has been a man of prayer. At Prayer Mountain, interceeding warriors raise the needs of the body of Christ to the throne 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Cho can be found there, too, seeking God's word for a hungry, needy people (his congregation now numbers more than 800,000). Whatever else history will remember about this man's ministry, he will be called a man of prayer.
|Life Changing! Nov 9, 2001|
|I have never been so motivated to pray before in my life! I read this book in two afternoons. It is a very readable account of Pastor Cho's prayer life, and why Korea is experiencing tremendous revival. This book should be read by every Christian who truly wants to know God.|
|read it and do it , see what God can do Nov 21, 2000|
|Pastor cho shares deeply about his prayer life and explains why so many of us struggle with problems setbacks and sin. We want success and are too readily contented. His words and examples are powerful, practical but not easy. Yet his books lifts you up from where you are to a deeper clearer stronger desire for God to use you as an intercessor. It's so good I've bought a few for pastors to mull over!|
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