Prayer: The Ultimate Conversation
Have you ever considered what it means to talk to God? Is it really possible to communicate with the Creator of all that exists and be able to understand His plans and purposes for your life?
Perhaps there are questions you desperately need answered. Maybe you are facing a trial that is too large or difficult to face on your own and you yearn for divine direction. Or it could be you are simply curious about what He would say to you.
In Prayer, The Ultimate Conversation, which is based on a lifetime of walking with the Father and fifty-five years of ministry founded on prayer, Dr. Charles Stanley not only teaches the disciplines of intercession but also explains how to fight life’s battles through intimate communion with the Lord. Dr. Stanley discusses how to truly know God through communication with Him. He explores topics such as:
Learning to recognize the sound of the Father’s voice
Recognizing how your perception of God shapes your prayer life
Winning your battles through prayer
Finding true peace and joy through intimacy with the Lord
No matter what confounding questions, perplexing circumstances, or seemingly insurmountable dilemmas you are facing today, the solution to them is absolutely obvious to God—and He longs to share His answers with you. Draw closer to the Father. Get to know God by engaging with Him in Prayer, The Ultimate Conversation.
- Howard Books |
- 304 pages |
- ISBN 9781451668605 |
- May 2013
Reading Group Guide
Prayer means talking to God, right? But it also includes listening for His response. Prayer is a two-way conversation between you and the Father. Whether you're new to the practice of prayer or a seasoned believer looking to deepen and enrich your communion with the Lord, The Ultimate Conversation, by pastor and teacher Dr. Charles Stanley, is a clear, concise, and practical guide to developing a closer relationship with God.
Topics & Questions for Discussion
1. If someone asked you, "What is prayer," how would you describe it? What is prayer's purpose?
2. Have you ever thought of prayer as a two-way conversation between you and God, involving both speaking and listening? Why or why not?
3. Describe the role that prayer currently plays in your life. Are you satisfied with your prayer life? Do you ever wish for deeper and more satisfying communication with God? Explain.
4. Dr. Stanley emphasizes that prayer is a privilege. Do you agree? What is see more