1919. This little book has been written in the hope that it may help to clarify a subject which is puzzling many minds. Prayer is the soul of religion, and failure there is not a superficial lack for the supply of which the spiritual life leisurely can wait. Contents: The Naturalness of Prayer; Prayer as Communion with God; God's Care for the Individual; Prayer and the Goodness of God; Hindrances and Difficulties; Prayer and the Reign of Law; Unanswered Prayer; Prayer as Dominant Desire; Prayer as a Battlefield; and Unselfishness in Prayer. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.