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The Wonders Of Prayer A Record Of Well Authenticated And Wonderful Answers To Prayer

By: Ed. D. W. Whittle
Published By: Double9 Books
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"The Wonders of Prayer" is a Christian book authored through D. W. Whittle, a nineteenth-century hymn writer, preacher, and evangelist. This painting explores the profound and transformative energy of prayer within the life of a believer. Whittle's book delves into various aspects of prayer, emphasizing its significant function within the non-secular adventure. He discusses the character of prayer as a means of conversation with God, and its capacity to convey people toward the divine. Throughout the book, Whittle offers severa real-existence examples and private anecdotes that illustrate the super impact of prayer on humans's lives. "The Wonders of Prayer" encourages readers to domesticate a constant and fervent prayer life, emphasizing the concept that prayer is not simply a non-secular responsibility however a dynamic and transformative experience. Whittle argues that thru prayer, believers can discover steering, solace, and electricity to navigate existence's demanding situations. Additionally, Whittle explores the importance of intercessory prayer, where people pray on behalf of others, as a way to uplift and guide the ones in want.

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Ed. D. W. Whittle

Major Daniel Webster Whittle (November 22, 1840 in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts – March 4, 1901 in Northfield, Massachusetts) was an American gospel song lyricist, evangelist, and Bible teacher of the nineteenth century. Whittle was involved in Dwight Lyman Moody's evangelistic operations. He served in the American Civil War after marrying Abbie Hanson the night before deploying with Company B of the 72d Illinois Infantry in 1861. He was wounded at Vicksburg and marched across Georgia with General William Tecumseh Sherman's soldiers. Whittle was promoted to major at the end of the war and is still recognized as Major Whittle among hymnologists. After settling in Chicago to work for the Elgin Clock Company, he became close to Moody, who encouraged him to pursue evangelistic work. One of Whittle's battle experiences inspired the gospel song "Hold the Fort" by Philip Paul Bliss, whose biography Whittle edited. He was also known to have collaborated with Mary Elizabeth Willson, Bliss' sister. Whittle largely wrote under the pen name "El Nathan," though editors of later hymnals frequently use his full name. "I Know Whom I Have Believed" and "Showers of Blessing" are two of his most well-known songs. The songs for each of these, as well as Whittle's "Banner of the Cross," were written by James McGranahan.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 268Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359958115
  • ISBN-13:9789359958118
  • Item Weight: 402g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 14.9mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : HUMOR / General