“Prayer is no little thing, no selfish and small matter. It does not concern the petty interests of one person. The littlest prayer broadens out by the will of God till it touches all words, conserves all interests, and enhances man’s greatest wealth, and God’s greatest good. God is so concerned that men pray that He has promised to answer prayer. He has not promised to do something general if we pray, but He has promised to do the very thing for which we pray.”
3 responses to “E.M. Bounds (c.1835-1913)”
Found your blog b/c we are covering the same sorts of things.
I’d love your input on my prayer exercise I posted today.
I added you to the blogroll on the blog
I will jump over and check it out. I am still working on the devotional section. The dialogue b/w Hon. Christian Inkwell and Adonijah Butler, Esq. is ongoing. Working out how to keep this separate…