Starting today, more than 40 resources on prayer are on sale, most for under $30!
May 1 is America’s National Day of Prayer, and to help you get ready, we’ve picked some of our favorite resources on the subject. If you’re ready to kick-start your prayer life, this is the perfect time to get equipped—check out all the deals right now.
The call to prayer has deep roots in US history. In 1775, the Continental Congress called upon the colonies to pray for wisdom as the nation was formed. In 1952, the National Day of Prayer was born: an annual invitation to pray for the country. On May 1, people across the country will set aside time to pray for America’s leadership, its people, and its future.
Here are three of the great resources you’ll find on sale until the end of the day on May 1:
The disciples asked, “Teach us to pray.” Jesus answered. In The Lord and His Prayer, N.T. Wright examines the Lord’s Prayer phrase by phrase, helping you rekindle your spirituality and discover a life full of prayer.
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Reginald Cherry is a practicing doctor. He’s also a believer in the healing power of prayer. Blending the latest medical research, true accounts, and biblical principles, Healing Prayer examines the relationship between prayer and healing. “Prayer,” Cherry says, “is the divine key that unlocks God’s pathway of healing in both the natural and supernatural realms of life.”
Dr. Jim Rosscup put 15 years of writing—and 50 years of study and teaching—into his magnum opus, An Exposition on Prayer in the Bible. John MacArthur says, “This is the most comprehensive material that has ever been written on prayer. . . . Not only is this a massive treatment from the Word of God, but from a man who, for twenty years, has been teaching a life-transforming course on prayer at The Master’s Seminary. He has been living out these truths and teaching thousands of young ministers to do the same with profound blessing.”
This is just the start: there are dozens more resources on sale!
This special three-day sale ends at 11:59 p.m. on May 1—pick out your favorites today.