Saul of Tarsus. What comes to mind when you here this name? Does, Enemy of the first century church come to mind? Maybe, Persecutor of early Christians, comes to mind. Conversely, what come to mind when you hear the name the apostle Paul? The converted terrorist, Saul of Tarsus, who became the greatest champion of Christianity. The preacher who was a champion of evangelism, trainer of others, and suffered much for the cause of Christ. He was a prolific writer. Have you ever thought of Paul as a prayer warrior? A man of prayer, and encourager of prayer, a teacher of prayer. Have you ever thought of the converted terrorist as one who imitated Christ is his personal prayer life and teachings on prayer? In this book I have collected the Bible passages that reveal Paul's practices and teachings about prayer. My desire is to present Paul as a model of one who not only learned how to pray but as one who taught and encouraged others to pray. He is the terrorist who became a prayer warrior. This book will be a great source of personal study, class study, and home group study. Paul is the warrior who wrote, Don't Stop Praying (1 Thessalonians 5:17).
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