Piercing Heaven: Prayers from the Puritans edited by Robert Elmer


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Lexham Press-2019.  hb. 240pp.

"That prayer is most likely to pierce heaven which first pierces one's own heart."

For the Puritans, prayer was neither casual nor dull. Their prayers were passionate affairs, from earnestly pleading for mercy to joyful praise. These rich expressions of deep Christian faith are a shining example of holy living.

The Puritan combination of warm piety and careful intellect has fueled a renaissance of interest in their movement. This combination is on display in Piercing Heaven, a collection of carefully selected prayers from leading Puritans. The language in these prayers has been slightly updated for a modern audience while still retaining the elevated tone of the Puritans. With prayers from Richard Baxter, Thomas Brooks, John Owen, and many more, each prayer reminds us that heartfelt prayer is central to the Christian life.

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Weight498 g
Dimensions14.0 × 2.3 × 21.3 cm
PublisherLexham Press


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