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Godly Prayer and It’s Answers by John Brown of Wamphray

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RHB.-2016.  d.w.  368pp.

Godly Prayer and Its Answers is an extended meditation upon Christ’s promise in John 14:13–14, “And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If ye shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it.” However, in the process of touching upon everything stated and implied in the text, Brown produces a full and complete treatment of the doctrine of prayer in a manner calculated to promote the exercise of faith in Jesus Christ.

About the author
John Brown (c1610-1679), was a Covenanter minister of the church at Wamphray in Dumfriesshire, Scotland. He would later be imprisoned in Edinburgh for his Nonconformity in 1662 before being exiled to Holland. There the able theologian would serve the church, as well as support the church in Scotland for the remainder of his life. Walker reckons Brown to be the most important Theologian of Scotland at the time. His work on prayer, first published in 1720, was well received at the time and proved to be a blessing to many. Biblical and practical, it should be read and re-read by today’s believers.

Table of Contents:

  1. The Words and Their Connection with What Precedes Cleared
  2. The Prerequisites to the Duty of Prayer
  3. The Nature of Prayer
  4. Some Considerations Hence Deduced
  5. Prayer Cleared to be a Duty
  6. The Greatness of the Sin of Neglecting Prayer Manifested
  7. The Unregenerate Are Obliged to Pray
  8. The Necessity and Usefulness of Family Prayer Manifested
  9. Whence Comes So Much Averseness to Prayer
  10. Some Encouragements to Prayer Mentioned
  11. The Object of Worship in Prayer
  12. Some Mistakes in the Mind Pointed at Which Should Be Guarded against in Us Praying to God
  13. The Right Manner of Prayer Enforced from That It is God to Whom We Pray
  14. The Right Way of Prayer Further Cleared from God Being a Father
  15. In Whose Name Prayer Is to Be Made
  16. What It Is to Pray in Christ’s Name
  17. How We Ask in Prayer and Not in the Name of Christ
  18. Use of Trial, Whether We Ask in the Name of Christ or Not
  19. Encouragements to and in Prayer from Christ’s Name
  20. What We Are to Ask
  21. Some Uses Mentioned of the Previous Truth
  22.  The Answer of Prayer
  23. God’s Answering of Prayers Cleared
  24. Some Objections Answered
  25. A Second Use Showing That We Should Look for Our Answer and the Evils of Neglecting This
  26. How Returns of Prayer May Be Observed and Rightly Improved
  27. Some Further Improvement of This Truth Particularly Enforcing the Manner of Prayer
  28. How Christ Gives Out the Answers to Prayers Presented to God
  29. How God Is Glorified in Christ Answering Prayers
  30. What Is Imported by Christ Repeating the Promise

 


 

“This volume on prayer richly rewards the thoughtful reader who perseveres through its older English, stepping back in time to sit under the ministry of this servant of Christ, the Scottish theologian John Brown of Wamphray. You will be significantly challenged, encouraged, and deepened in your communion with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—and that, most certainly, is worth it.” — William VanDoodewaard, professor of church history, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan 

“Robert Murray M‘Cheyne once said, ‘You wish to humble a man? Ask him about his prayer life.’ Indeed, the question ‘How is your prayer life?’ can expose the sin of prayerlessness in our lives and increase the conviction in our hearts. Thankfully, there are many excellent books on prayer that can help us develop a healthy prayer life. One of those books is right here before you—Godly Prayer and Its Answers. This Christ-centered work, written by the seventeenth-century pastor theologian John Brown of Wamphray, is a biblical, practical, and thorough study of the doctrine of prayer. If your prayer life is weak, take time to read Brown’s book. With God’s blessing, it can definitely help and encourage you as you seek to experience a ‘sweet hour of prayer.’”  — Brian G. Najapfour, pastor of Dutton United Reformed Church, Caledonia, Michigan, and author of Jonathan Edwards: His Doctrine of and Devotion to Prayer

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