Praying Christians are society's best revolutionaries. They engage in the most remarkable act a human can perform, and, in so doing, unleash God's sustaining power. In No Easy Road, Dick Eastman offers challenge, guidance, and encouragement to help believers on the sometimes difficult, though always rewarding, journey of prayer. This best-selling classic, originally published by Baker in 1971, tracks a Pilgrim's Progress-like progression down the road of prayer. Using stories from biblical times to today, it walks readers through the Peak of Unbelief, the Plateau of Intercession, the Mountain of Self-will, and more. Designed for all believers who seek to revitalize their prayer lives, it is also a pertinent resource for pastors, prayer leaders, missionaries, and others who wish to mobilize others to pray.The story seems to end with the happiest of endings, yet, we note an interesting sequel. A sister of this wicked man had prayed for years for his conversion. In fact , the very night of his conversion she had engaged in persistent prayer. Here it is anbsp;...
|Title||:||No Easy Road|
|Publisher||:||Baker Books - 2003-06-01|