ELEVEN [E. M. BOUNDS] PRAYER QUOTES

  1. Talking to men for God is a great thing, but talking to God for men is greater still. He will never talk well and with real success to men for God who has not learned well how to talk to God for men.
  2. Prayer is the helpless and needy child crying to the compassion of the Father’s heart and the bounty and power of a Father’s hand.
  3. The little estimate we put on prayer is evidence from the little time we give to it. 
  4. Pray and never faint, is the motto Christ gives us for praying.
  5. Long, discursive, dry, and inane are the prayers in many pulpits. Without unction or heart, they fall like a killing frost on all the graces of worship. Death-dealing prayers they are. Every vestige of devotion has perished under their breath. The deader they are the longer they grow.
  6. Prayer is the language of a man burdened with a sense of need.
  7. Prayer is not learned in a classroom but in the closet.
  8. The prayers of God’s saints are the capital stock in heaven by which Christ carries on His great work upon earth.
  9. Paul lived on his knees, that the Ephesian Church might measure the heights, breadths, and depths of an unmeasurable saintliness, and “be filled with all the fullness of God.
  10. Jesus taught that perseverance is the essential element in prayer.
  11. A holy life is the only preparation for prayer.
Read the biography of E. M. Bounds HERE

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10 Life Changing Quotes by Dr. Jack Hyles
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