Leonard Ravenhill said this in his book “Why Revival Tarries”
“No man is greater than his prayer life…Poverty–stricken as the church is today in many things, she is most stricken here, in the place of PRAYER.
We have many organizers, but few agonizers; many players and payers, few PRAYERS.
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Contributed by Créteur Fabien on Mar 30, 2006
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Contributed by Elder Johnathan Hester on Mar 24, 2012
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Contributed by Jonathan Falwell on Mar 25, 2008
Today, we want to take a look at the PRICE THAT WAS PAID FOR THAT PRIVILEGE OF PRAYER.