“Satan dreads nothing but prayer. Activities are multiplied that prayer may be ousted, and organizations are increased that prayer may have no chance. The one concern of the devil is to keep the saints from praying. He fears nothing from prayerless studies, prayerless work, prayerless religion. He laughs at our toil, mocks at our wisdom, but trembles when we pray.” – Samuel Chadwick


prayinghyde1Praying Hyde – Basil Miller

The biographer traces the life of Praying Hyde from its beginning to its triumphant climax. We see God molding Hyde’s soul into an instrument fit for His use. We hear John speaking the language of heaven to the eager men and women of India. Paramount in the biography is the power of prayer in the life of this great missionary. Courageously he placed his petitions before God – and inspired others to do the same. In the autumn of his life this consecrated missionary to India saw the gleaming harvest of his prayers – a harvest of souls saved by the redeeming blood of Jesus Christ. At last ‘the man who never slept’ went to be with his Savior. But today in the Punjab, under the shadow of the Himalayas, still hovers the spirit of Praying Hyde – ‘the apostle of prayer.’ Do you desire a richer prayer life – deeper communion with God – more eloquent and soul-stirring speech with the Almighty? A thoughtful reading of this biography of Praying Hyde will prove helpful to you as you seek to develop that supreme skill of the Christian life – prayer. (Ambassador)


prayer1Prayer – John Bunyan

It is a dishonor to God, a disadvantage to you, and an encouragement to Satan when you hang back and seem afraid to come boldly to the throne of Grace. To help keep the Christian from hesitation and fear, two works by John Bunyan are included in this volume. (Banner of Truth)








prayingalways1Praying Always – Frans Bakker

Written in a pastoral and devotional spirit, “Praying Always” is a brief study of the life of prayer. The author covers such themes as prayer in secret, humility, effective prayer, unfulfilled prayer, and various other important topics. (Banner of Truth)








lordsprayer1The Lord’s Prayer – Thomas Watson

Watson analyzes in detail the Preface to the prayer and the six petitions which make it up. His treatment of the second petition (“thy kingdom come”) is exceptionally full and illuminating. This book affords instruction and practical help to praying Christians. (Banner of Truth)








methodinprayer1Method in Prayer – Graham Scroggie

An exposition and exhortation to pray. “As the artist and the musician study masterpieces if they would know the power and possibilities of their arts, so the Christian must study prayer if he would be proficient in it.” (Ambassador)








givehimnorest1Give Him No Rest – Erroll Hulse

Today the church is weak and struggling. Even though she has advanced into more places and nations than ever before, she faces defeat in many ways and is often inept, divided and feeble. Nothing less than the powerful work of the Holy Spirit on a massive scale will meet the desperate spiritual poverty of our age. Only heaven-sent situation and turn the tide of defeat into victory. This book is an urgent call to prayer that God would send again in our day true revival powerful spiritual awakening on a world-wide scale. The author shows from Scripture and from the history of the church through the ages, right up to the present day, how closely revival is linked to the prayers of God’s people. He urges churches and individuals to unite together in regularly and earnestly seeking God and to ‘give him no rest’ until he pours out his blessing on his church and makes her ‘the praise of the earth’, as foretold by Isaiah.  (Evangelical Press)


pastorinprayer1The Pastor in Prayer – C. H. Spurgeon

This book contains a choice selection of Sunday morning prayers of the “Prince of Preachers.” (Ambassador)










practiceofprayer1The Practice of Prayer – G. Campbell Morgan

Devotional commentary on effective prayer that will enhance personal prayer lives and lead to a deeper understanding of prayer and who God is. Knowing God is a key to truly effective prayer. This book is the tool needed to show how prayer life can produce results.  (Ambassador)








howtoprayinthespirit1How To Pray In The Spirit – John Bunyan

From the author of the classic Pilgrim’s Progress, this devotional book will give you deeper understanding and greater freedom of expression in your personal relationship with God. Bunyan’s dying words on prayer will stir the heart of readers and are only a sampling of Bunyan’s insight. (Kregel)








waitingongod1Waiting on God – Andrew Murray

This book was written to fill the needs of Christians by cultivating a deeper sense of God’s presence and showing the pathway toward more direct contact with God. These thirty-one meditations will help you learn in practice and experience the blessings that are waiting only upon God. (Ambassador)








alltheprayersofthebible1All The Prayers of the Bible – Herbert Lockyer

The believer will find All The Prayers of the Bible not just a recital of well-known and well-worn phrases, but an outpouring of the heart to God. The passion and the beauty of prayer (as well as its necessity and efficacy) have never been so happily assembled as in this remarkable devotional This unique book has become a spiritual classic and study book that will enrich any prayer life. (Zondervan)







calltospiritualreformation1A Call To Spiritual Reformation – D. A. Carson

God doesn’t demand hectic church programs and frenetic schedules; he only wants his people to know him more intimately, says D. A. Carson. The apostle Paul found that spiritual closeness in his own fellowship with the Father. A Call to Spiritual Reformation investigates the Epistles to see what lessons Paul taught in his “school of prayer.”  (Baker)