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Prayer

By: Worlledge, A. J. (Arthur John) B. 1848

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PRAYER Author: A. J. WORLLEDGE Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literat... ...NCIPAL OF DORCHESTER MISSIONARY COLLEGE u i < i . >-,' , ; ." 3 , \ v D ; PRAYER t > t - BY THE REV. A. J. WORLLEDGE, M.A. Canon and Chancellor of Tr... ...chapters on intercession in the Rev. R. M. Benson's Manual of Intercessory Prayer, or the Bishop of S. Andrews 1 Instructions in the Devo- tional Life... ...dance and instruction in the principles, conditions, and subject-matter of prayer to those devout and educated laymen and women who desire to improve ... ...e that it has been found useful by some of the clergy also. With the IX x PRAYER view, more especially, of suggesting to any of his younger brethren ... ...e, lines of thought and illustration in their own pastoral instructions on prayer, a considerable number of carefully chosen references have been adde... ...ble number of carefully chosen references have been added in foot- notes. 'Prayer' has been treated in its highest and most f inclusive aspect as an a... ...fession, intercession, and petition for personal needs, are included under prayer by all the deepest writers on the subject, both in ancient and moder... ...on the subject, both in ancient and modern times. To any one, who has made prayer a study, the names of S. Augustine, S. Thomas Aquinas, Hooker, Bisho...

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Prayer

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...Part of a series on Prayer Variants ... ...) Prayer in various traditions ... ... Prayer in Judaism Prayer in Chri... ...ayer in Christianity Prayer in Roman Catholicism ... ... Prayer in Islam Prayer in Buddhi... ... Prayer in Hinduism ... ... Part of a series on Prayer Variants ... ...) Prayer in various traditions ... ... Prayer in Judaism Prayer in Chri...

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Prayer

By: Watson, William
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Prayer warrior

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...g for others. Within the context of Dominion theology, prayer warriors see themselves as engaged in spiritual warfare against sata... ...ngaged in spiritual warfare against satanic forces.[1] Prayer warriors may pray for individuals, or for entire states or regions. ... ...ividuals, or for entire states or regions. One recent development has been prayer undertaken by groups of people flying over the areas for which they ... ...During the Iraq War, one aspect of the debate over U.S. involvement was a "prayer battle," with one side praying in support of the policies of the Bus... ...ti-war stance. Alabama Governor Bob Riley urged his constituents to act as prayer warriors, and Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue designated a three-day p... ...e-day prayer weekend that he cast as a spiritual battle.[3] Although most "prayer warriors for peace" were identified as Christians, Muslims in the U.... ...he 2008 U.S. presidential elections, regularly acknowledges the support of prayer warriors in her speeches and interviews, and has spoken of them as o... ...iors in her speeches and interviews, and has spoken of them as offering a "prayer shield."[5] As a candidate, she thanked prayer warriors for their su... ..., 2001), p. 60 online. ^ Sharon Coolidge, "'Prayer warriors' take to the sky for salvation", Cincinnati.com, 6 April 20...

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Prayer

By: Watson, William
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Prayer kettle

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...f religion, the slaves would use a traditional kettle or cauldron to pray. Prayers for freedom were whispered into the kettles, which were often hidde... ... them. Today many descendants of slaves still have the prayer kettles of their ancestors and use them in prayer to keep this tradi... ... worship alive for future generations. The most famous prayer kettle in existence today is owned by Brother William Ford III, a pa... ... of the entire country to encourage people to learn about the tradition of prayer kettles and reinvigorate people's faith in their power as a symbol o... ... External links Article about a Prayer Kettle tour in 2001 Categories ... ...merican cultural history A Prayer kettle is a traditional religious worship item of many enslaved Afri... ...f religion, the slaves would use a traditional kettle or cauldron to pray. Prayers for freedom were whispered into the kettles, which were often hidde... ... them. Today many descendants of slaves still have the prayer kettles of their ancestors and use them in prayer to keep this tradi... ... worship alive for future generations. The most famous prayer kettle in existence today is owned by Brother William Ford III, a pa...

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Prayer

By: Warburton, William Parsons, 1826
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Prayer Bells

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... Structure of the Work The work is divided into 21 prayers, some of which are performed by bells alone, the note... ...the bells being used to span the Latin, Greek and Hebrew chants intoned by the soloists. Prayer Bells is based on heterophony, as opposed to polyphony... ...rly Christian communities chant and psalmody. The Latin text used in Prayer Bells does not come from the canon of the church but i... ... respectively. Reviews According to Gordon Kerry, Prayer Bells is the least dramatic and "purest" of Koukias's ... ... style and resources required.[2] Reviewing IHOS Music Theatre and Opera's production of Prayer Bells at Tasmania’s 2006 Festival of Voices, Opera Ope... ...he 1920 quarter-tone (chromatic) handbells ultimately cast was a set made especially for Prayer Bells, in which Kerry says they "create a luminous haz... ... Federation Handbells ,The Spirit of ThingsInterview about Prayer Bells with Constantine Koukias conducted by Rachael Ko...

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Prayer

By: Mcconkey, James Henry, 1858-1937
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Prayer shawl

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... A mantilla in Roman Catholic Christianity. A prayer cloth found among some Pentecostal Christians. ...

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Prayer

By: Warburton, William Parsons, 1826
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Prayer circle

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...ircles is most simply where participants join hands in a literal circle of prayer, often as part of a vigil. Informal prayer circles have been practic... ...ilarly, amongst North American and specifically Native American Catholics, prayer circles have formed around Kateri Tekakwitha, who was the first Nati... ...erican to be beatified by the Roman Catholic Church. Tekakwitha Conference prayer circles, called Kateri Prayer Circles, have been formed on nearly al... ...e the pilgrimage to Mecca will form concentric circles around the Kaaba in prayer, and these too are commonly referred to as prayer circles. ... ...hese too are commonly referred to as prayer circles. A prayer circle may also refer to some online communities where people share ... ...lso refer to some online communities where people share their thoughts and prayers with other like-minded worshippers, usually within specially-design... ... message board areas. Origin Ritual prayer in a circle around an altar is not unique to Christianity. Ritual ce... ...nity. Ritual ceremonies around an altar are common in paganism, and ritual prayer dances around an altar were practiced by early Christians, especiall... ...the Second Council of Nicaea in 787 A.D. (See Nibley, "The Early Christian Prayer Circle", page 41.) Much later, Protestants began conducting informal...

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Prayer

By: Mcconkey, James Henry, 1858-1937
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Prayer book

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Prayer

By: Dr. G. L. N. Sastry

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PRAYER Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher:... ... pso^oo - 530 016 (0891) 565291 : -2, ^S : 242345 W.T.T. ',0-;' ''tauMi' Prayer riAMASKARAMSMASTEREK HAMSKARAMSMASTER NAMASKARAMSMASTERCW riAMASKARA...

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Prayer rope

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...ope of 50 knots and 5 wooden beads. A prayer rope (Greek: κομποσκοίνι, komboskini; Russian: чётки, chotki (most c... ... up of complex knots, usually out of wool or silk. The prayer rope is part of the habit of Eastern Orthodox monks and nuns[1] and ... ...sometimes by others) to count the number of times one has prayed the Jesus Prayer or, occasionally, other prayers. ... ...scription Simple black prayer rope without tassel. Historical... ...ope without tassel. Historically, the prayer rope would typically have 100 knots, although prayer ropes with 50 o... ... or 33 knots can also be found in use today. There are even small, 10-knot prayer ropes intended to be worn on the finger. Hermits in their cells may ... ...r ropes intended to be worn on the finger. Hermits in their cells may have prayer ropes with as many as 300 or 500 knots in them. ... ... in them. There is typically a knotted cross where the prayer rope is joined together to form a loop, and a few beads at certain i... ...ween the knots (usually every 10 or 25 knots) for ease in counting. Longer prayer ropes frequently have a tassel at the end of the cross; its purpose ...

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Prayer

By: Field, Charles K. (Charles Kellogg), 1873; Book Club of California; Grabhorn, Edwin E; Grabhorn, Robert; Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PRAYER Author: CHARLES KELLOGG FIELD Language: English Subject: Fiction, L... ...... ...he path of wisdom Dr. Wilbur Wilson Thoburn, a professorofZoology. Whether prayer wouldorwouldnot change one atom in the physical universe did not con... ...iverse did not concern Thoburn. His conception like that of Jesus was that prayer is an individual act, to be per formed in one s own closet, for the ... ... act, to be per formed in one s own closet, for the time being his temple. Prayer he interpreted in terms of life, the expression of some noble purpos... ...interpreted in terms of life, the expression of some noble purpose. If our prayer aims to realize hope in action, it willbe answered. Prayer is not a ... ...n, our conception of the reason why right action is better than wrong, and prayer, the core of our endeavor. (( Ah ivell-a-day, uohat evil looks HadI... ... my neck was hung; . . . I looked to Heaven andtried to pray, But or evera prayerhadgusht, A wicked whisper came andmade My heartas dry as dust. "... ...Trees are but twigs continuously bent. Thus ithas been that simplefaith in prayer, Taking the open road, was blown away By winds offreedom, taken una...

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Prayer wheel

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... A little boy rolling the prayer wheels at Swayambhunath, Nepal. ... ... Butter-lamp-powered prayer wheel. Manali, India ... ... Water-powered prayer wheel. Spiti valley, India A pr... ... written on or wrapped around it. Many thousands (or in the case of larger prayer wheels, millions) of mantras are then wrapped around this life tree.... ...ing to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition based on the lineage texts regarding prayer wheels, spinning such a wheel will have much the same meritorious ef... ... a wheel will have much the same meritorious effect as orally reciting the prayers. Contents ... ... Wind wheel 4.4 Stationary prayer wheels 4.5 Electric dharm... ... Nomenclature and etymology Prayer wheel or Mani wheel (Tibetan: མ་ནི་ཆོས་འཁོར་, Wylie: mani-chos-... ...krano Origins The earliest recorded prayer wheels were written of by a Chinese pilgrim around 400 C.E. in Ladak...

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Prayer

By: Dr. G. L. N. Sastry
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Prayer Mountain

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...lity built on a piece of elevated, privately owned land for the purpose of prayer, meditation and fasting. The practice of building such a facility is... ... Osanri Cho-Jasil, South Korea 2 Prayer Culture of South Korea 3 Touch of Glo... ...yer Culture of South Korea 3 Touch of Glory Prayer Mountain, Philippines 4 History... ...History The modern practice of building and maintaining Prayer Mountain facilities was birthed in South Korea, where an intense pra... ... God. At sundown, they would again ascend these mountain to continue their prayers. Anyone who has attended Church in South Korea ... ...ople, as if the mountains themselves were weeping for Korea. From then on, prayer and fasting have been the hallmark of the strong South Korean Church... ...Cho-Jasil, South Korea In South Korea, the most notable Prayer Mountain facility is the Choi-Jashil, owned and operated by the Youi... ...g Executive Pastor of the Youdio Full Gospel Church. Dr. Cho believes that prayer is a tool for the spiritual revival of nations, especially his own c... ...l of nations, especially his own country South Korea. Dr. Cho teaches that prayer brings brokenness, which is a requirement for anyone who desires to ...

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Prayer

By: Field, Charles K. (Charles Kellogg), 1873-; Grabhorn, Edwin E; Grabhorn, Robert; Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931; Book Club of California
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Prayer stick

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...A prayer stick is a stick-shaped object used for prayer. For example, the rituals of the Pueblo contain ... ...r. For example, the rituals of the Pueblo contain many prayers; thus the Zuñi have prayers for food, health, and rain. Prayer-stic... ...e stick is intended to represent the "god" to whom the feathers convey the prayers that are breathed into the "spirit" of the plumes. ... ..."spirit" of the plumes. The Hopi Indians had a special prayer-stick to which a small bag of sacred meal was attached. Green and bl... ...yer-stick to which a small bag of sacred meal was attached. Green and blue prayer-sticks are often found in the Pueblo graves and especially in the ce...

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General Union for Private Prayer

By: Union for Private Prayer
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Evening Prayer

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...Evening Prayer refers to: Evening Prayer (Anglican), an Anglican liturgical service which takes place after m... ... service is referred to as "Evensong". "Evening prayer" may also refer to: Ma'ariv, the eveni... ...yer" may also refer to: Ma'ariv, the evening prayer in Judaism. See Jewish services Maghrib, th... ...aism. See Jewish services Maghrib, the obligatory prayer in Islam offered in the evening Vespers, th... ...ng Vespers, the Roman Catholic service of evening prayer Art Evening ... ...her Music "Evening Prayer", List of compositions by Modest Mussorgsky ... ...ist of compositions by Modest Mussorgsky "Evening prayer" Folksongs (Alfred Deller album) Cate...

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The Gate of Prayer

By: Montgomery, James, 1771-1854. Prayer
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Night Prayer

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...Night Prayer may refer to: Isha prayer, the night-time daily prayer obligatory in Islam ... ...ory in Islam Compline, the final daily liturgical prayer service from the Book of Hours in the Roman Catholic tradition. ... ...of Hours in the Roman Catholic tradition. Evening Prayer, various meanings Categories ...

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Pleading in Prayer

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Christian prayer

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...her religions Prayer Sermon ... ... Prayer is an important activity in Christianity, and there are several diff... ...tivity in Christianity, and there are several different forms of Christian prayer.[1] Christian prayers are diverse: they can be c... ...pontaneous, or read entirely from a text, like the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. The most common prayer among Christians is the "Lord's Prayer", whi... ... Matthew 6:9-13) is how Jesus taught his disciples to pray.[2] "The Lord's Prayer" is a model for prayers of adoration, confession and petition in Chr... ...istianity.[2] A broad, three stage characterization of prayer begins with vocal prayer, then moves on to a more structured form in... ...tercession. There are two basic settings for Christian prayer: corporate (or public) and private. Corporate prayer includes prayer... ...des prayer shared within the worship setting or other public places. These prayers can be formal written prayers or informal extemporaneous prayers. P... ... can be formal written prayers or informal extemporaneous prayers. Private prayer occurs with the individual praying either silently or aloud within a...

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Won by Prayer

By: Bartholomew, Allen R. [from Old Catalog];

Won by Prayer by Bartholomew, Allen R. [from Old Catalog]; published by Phila.

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Bidding-prayer

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...yer ( O. Eng. biddan, "to pray", cf. Ger. beten ) is the formula of prayer or exhortation to prayer said during worship in churches of the An... ...minister tells the people what to pray for (e.g., the 1662 Book of Common Prayer bidding-prayer form begins, "Let us pray for Christ's holy Catholic... ..., and then moves on to the next bidding). It is an informal intercessory prayer, covering a wide variety of concerns such as the church, the state, ... ...mmand; cf. Ger. bieten, to offer, gebieten, to command), and the bidding-prayer came practically to mean the exhortation itself. A form of exhortati... ...n which preachers and ministers shall move the people to join with them in prayer is given in the 55th canon of the Church of England (1603). In co... ... the Church of England (1603). In contemporary usage, the term "bidding-prayer" has largely been replaced by "intercessory prayers" or "prayers of ... ...eeping with Anglican custom, these are still said according to one or more Prayer Book templates, but are generally designed in such a way that specif... ..., or cyclical petitions can be added. On occasion, the person leading the prayers will still introduce each petition with the phrase, "I bid your pra... ...duce each petition with the phrase, "I bid your prayers for..." A bidding prayer is offered at the beginning of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Car...

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The Work of Prayer

By: Huntington, James Otis Sargent, 1854-1921;

The Work of Prayer by Huntington, James Otis Sargent, 1854-1921; published by West Park, N.Y. : Holy Cross Press

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Jesus Prayer

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... mercy on me, the sinner"). The Jesus Prayer (Greek: Η Προσευχή του Ιησού, i prosefchí tou iisoú; Syriac: ܨܠܘܬܐ ܕ... ...ού, i prosefchí tou iisoú; Syriac: ܨܠܘܬܐ ܕܝܫܘܥ , Slotho d-Yeshu' ) or "The Prayer" (Greek: Η Ευχή, i efchí̱ – literally "The Wish") is a short, ... ...reek: Η Ευχή, i efchí̱ – literally "The Wish") is a short, formulaic prayer esteemed and advocated within the Eastern Orthodox & Oriental Or... ... ” The prayer has been widely taught and discussed throughout the history of the E... ...etic practice, its use being an integral part of the eremitic tradition of prayer known as Hesychasm (Ancient Greek: ἡσυχάζω, hesychazo, "to keep... ...sychasm (Ancient Greek: ἡσυχάζω, hesychazo, "to keep stillness"). The prayer is particularly esteemed by the spiritual fathers of this tradition ... ...kalia) as a method of opening up the heart (kardia) and bringing about the Prayer of the Heart (Καρδιακή Προσευχή). The Prayer of The Heart is conside... ...διακή Προσευχή). The Prayer of The Heart is considered to be the Unceasing Prayer that the apostle Paul advocates in the New Testament.[2] St. Theopha... ...cates in the New Testament.[2] St. Theophan the Recluse regarded the Jesus Prayer stronger than all other prayers by virtue of the power of the Holy N...

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Prayer and the Lord's Prayer

By: Gore, Charles, 1853-1932

...ORE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org LORD'S PRAYER Title: PRAYER AND THE LORD'S PRAYER Author: CHARLES GORE Langua... ...... ... and The Lord s Prayer LIFTING UP HOLY HANDS. (ALBERT DURER.) The Lord s Prayer By Charles Gore, M.A., D.D. Of the Community of the Resurrection Can... ...management, of one of the Editors of that magazine. The text of the Lord s Prayer employed in them is that of the Revised Version. I should like to ca... ...hose who desire practical assistance in praying on the model of the Lord s Prayer, to the blank outlines for prayer, personal and intercessory, in the... ...ars Before the Throne. C. G. Lent, 1898. CONTENTS PAGE I. THE EFFICACY OF PRAYER . . .1 ii. PRAYER IN CHRIST S NAME . . . .11 III. WHAT MAY WE PRAY F... ...NE IS THE KINGDOM, THE POWER AND THE GLORY, FOR EVER AND EVER. AMEN] . 78 Prayer, and The Lord s Prayer Ube Efficacy of IF a man regards the thought ... ...that among the most powerful and rich of human faculties is the faculty of prayer. It is not necessary to quote passages from the New Testament to pro... ...w Testament to prove this. But certainly if it be true that the faculty of prayer to God is thus powerful and rich, it is also sadly true that, in our...

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Maghrib prayer

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... The Maghrib prayer ( , "evening prayer"), prayed just after sunset, is the fourth of five formal daily ... ...l daily prayers ( salat ) performed by practicing Muslim s. The formal daily prayers of Islam comprise different numbers of units, called rak'at ... ... of Islam comprise different numbers of units, called rak'at . The Maghrib prayer has three obligatory ( fard ) rak'at and two obligatory sunnah a... ... Imam in congregation, (the person who missed the congregation and is offering prayer alone, he is not bound to speak the first two rakats aloud), and... ...the third is prayed silently. To be considered valid salat, the formal daily prayers must each be performed within their own prescribed time period.... ...me period. People with a legitimate reason have a longer period in which their prayers will be valid. Sunni tradition Time beginsWhen the sun has c... ...en the sun has completely set beneath the horizon; immediately after the Asr prayer period ends. Time ends According to the predominant opinions of... ...minant opinions of the Maliki and Shafi'i schools of law, the prescribed prayer time ends as soon as enough time for a person to purify him/hers... ...d of Necessity lasts until a little before dawn, i.e., the beginning of Fajr prayer.Most other scholarly opinions hold that the time for Maghrib pra...

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The Lord's Prayer

By: Rittelmeyer, Friedrich, 1872-1938; Gandell, Shirley Mark Kerr

...c Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE LORD'S PRAYER Author: FRIEDRICH RITTELMEYER Language: English Subject: Fiction, L... ...... ...TTA MELBOUENB THE MACMILLAN COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED TOEONTO THE LORD'S PRAYER BY FRIEDRICH RITTELMEYER Translated from the German by S. M. K. GAND... ... results of the most recent research and conjecture relating to the Lord's Prayer are of course familiar to the author. He cannot find anything convin... ... of certain sayings. Serious and penetrating study discovers in the Lord's Prayer an inexhaustible store of great and new truths. We possess commen- [... ...erience of the quantity of hitherto unspoken truth contained in the Lord's Prayer which gave the author courage to add yet another volume to the im- m... ...e addresses ! [6] TABLE OF CONTENTS PAOB FOREWORD 6 CHAPTER I. CONCERNING PRAYER 11 II. OUR FATHERWHO ART IN HEAVEN . . SO III. HALLOWED BE THY NAME ... ...Is THE KINGDOM, THE POWER AND THE GLORY, FOR EVER AND EVER 175 THE LORD'S PRAYER CHAPTER I CONCERNING PBAYER TEXT : MATTHEW VI. 6-8 WE are going to ... ...ne of the most intimate subjects which human beings can dis- cuss, namely, prayer. Ought we to talk about so intimate and delicate a subject? Many peo...

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Common Prayer

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...Grand Mal, Goldrush Website www.common-prayer.com ... ... Alexandra Marvar Karen Codd John Anderson Common Prayer are an American, Brooklyn-... ..."one of the year-so-far’s most recommended under-the-radar releases."[3] In October 2013, Common Prayer released their second LP "... ...Entropy (Digital) References ^ "Common Prayer". Archived from the origin... ... ^ "Common Prayer". Archived from the original on 2010-08-15.  ^ "Common Prayer - There Is A Mountain". Th... ... Of Best Fit. 2010-08-02. Retrieved 2014-07-03.  ^ a b "Music - Review of Common Prayer - There Is a Mountain". BB... ...r.com. Retrieved 2014-07-03.  ^ "Inaugural O+ Festival Record Release for Common Prayer on October 12 | O+ Festiva...

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Bread or Stone : Four Conferences on Impetrative Prayer

By: Knox, Ronald Arbuthnott, 1888-1957
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Jewish prayer

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... Prayers ... ... Morning Prayer, 2005. ... ...lem (HaKotel HaMaaravi), 2010. Jewish prayer (Hebrew: תְּפִלָּה, tefillah ; plural Hebrew: תְּפִלּוֹת, tefillos o... ...illes ; Yinglish: davening from Yiddish דאַוונען davnen ‘to pray’) are the prayer recitations that form part of the observance of Rabbinic Judaism. Th... ...er recitations that form part of the observance of Rabbinic Judaism. These prayers, often with instructions and commentary, are found in the siddur, t... ...structions and commentary, are found in the siddur, the traditional Jewish prayer book. In general, Jewish men are obligated to pray three times a day... ...tions that are time dependent. Traditionally,[1] three prayer services are recited daily: Shacharit ... ... light," Mincha or Minha (מִנְחָה), the afternoon prayers named for the flour offering that accompanied sacrifices at the Tem... ...Maariv (מַעֲרִיב), from "nightfall." Additional prayers: Musaf (מוּסָף, "additional") are rec...

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The Lord's Prayer

By: Lynk, Frederick M., B. 1881;

The Lord's Prayer by Lynk, Frederick M., B. 1881; published by Techny, Ill. : Mission Press

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