"God cannot do some things unless we work. He stores the hills with marble, but He has never built a cathedral. He fills the mountains with iron ore, but He never makes a needle or a locomotive. He leaves that to us. We must work. If, then, God has left many things dependent upon humanity's thinking and working, why should He not leave some things dependent upon humanity's praying? He has done so."
Penned in the earlier decades of the twentieth century, this insightful work by an anonymous British author considers the awe-inspiring act of prayer-- and invites believers to a life of confident and joyful intercession.
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