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The Still Hour
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Table of Contents
Absence of God in Prayer
"Oh That Knew Where I Might Find Him!" Job 23:3
"What is the Hope of the Hypocrite? Will God Hear His Cry?" John 27:8,9
Romance in Prayer
"If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear me. Ps. 66:18
Distrust in Prayer
What Profit Should We Have if We Pray Unto Him? Job 21 :15.
Faith in Prayer
As a Prince Hast Thou Power With God Gen. 32:28.
Specific and Intense Prayer
As the Hart Panteth After the Water-Brook Ps. 42:1
Temperment of Prayer
The disciple whom Jesus loved. John 21:7
8. Indolence in Prayer
Idolatry in Prayer
Ye Have Brought that Which was Torn, and the Lame, and the Sick.
Should I Accept This of Your Hand? Mal. 1:13
Continuance in Prayer
Could Ye Not Watch With Me One Hour? Matt. 26: 40.
12. Aid of the Holy Spirit in Prayer
13. Reality of Christ in Prayer
14. Modern Habits of Prayer
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Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 01 | Absence of God in Prayer
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 02 | Unhallowed Prayer
Phelps points out that "the uniform absence of joy in prayer is one of the threatening signs in respect of our religious state. It is one of the legitimate intimations of estrangement from God."
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 03 | Romance in Prayer
Many of us earnestly seek God's blessings in prayer, and pretend to be devoted at all times, at least in our own minds, but there are times we are reminded that the very things were praying against, for example, and the things we most want.
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 04 | Distrust in Prayer
Austin explains why prayer is perfectly trustworthy, though most people don't believe in prayer.
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 05 | Faith in Prayer
In this chapter from The Still Hour, Phelps shows that prayer is as great a reality to the Christian, as the stars are to the astronomer looking at them through his telescope.
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 06 | Specific and Intense Prayer
Phelps shows that successful prayer always combines a specific request with intense desire.
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 07 | Temperment in Prayer
In this chapter Phelps points out that our prayers would be greatly improved if there were more child-like godly emotion, out of which would come earnest prayers.
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 08 | Indolence in Prayer
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 09 | Idolatry in Prayer
God cares too much to let us languidly approach Him in prayer. As a result He sometimes allows the buffeting of life to come and awaken us from our spiritual torpor.
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 10 | Continuance in Prayer
No large growth in holiness was ever gained, by one who did not take time to be often, and long, alone with God. This kind goeth not out but by prayer and fasting. In this chapter Phelps once again reveals the need to spend time communing with God.
Austin Phelps | The Still Hour 11 | Fragmentary Prayer
In this chapter Austin Phelps alerts us to the need to be constant in prayer.