The Prayers of St. Paul
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The Prayers of St. Paul

By W. H. Griffith (William Henry Griffith) Thomas
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  • THE SHORT COURSE SERIES
  • THE PRAYERS OF ST. PAUL
    • GENERAL PREFACE
      • The Short Course Series
        • EDITED BY Rev. JOHN ADAMS, B.D.
  • THE PRAYERS OF ST. PAUL
    • Rev. W. H. GRIFFITH THOMAS, D.D.
      • PROFESSOR OF OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND EXEGESIS WYCLIFFE COLLEGE, TORONTO
      • NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS 1914
      • TO
      • W. G. J.
    • CONTENTS
    • I.
    • GRACE AND HOLINESS.
      • I.
        • GRACE AND HOLINESS.
        • 1. His Prayer for Himself (ver. 11).
        • 2. His Prayer for Others (vers. 12, 13).
    • II.
    • CONSECRATION AND PRESERVATION.
      • II.
        • CONSECRATION AND PRESERVATION.
        • 1. The Petition.
        • 2. The Pre-Requisite.
        • 3. The Prospect.
        • 4. The Promise.
    • III.
    • APPROBATION AND BLESSING.
      • III.
        • APPROBATION AND BLESSING.
        • 1. The Reason of the Prayer.
        • 2. The Nature of the Prayer.
        • 3. The Consequences of the Prayer.
        • 4. The Guarantee of the Prayer.
    • IV.
    • LOVE AND PEACE.
      • IV.
        • LOVE AND PEACE.
        • 1. The Goal.
        • 2. The Guide.
        • 3. The Gift.
        • 4. The Giver.
    • V.
    • KNOWLEDGE AND OBEDIENCE.
      • V.
        • KNOWLEDGE AND OBEDIENCE.
        • 1. The Reason of the Prayer.
        • 2. The Nature of the Prayer.
        • 3. The Purpose of the Prayer.
        • 4. The Character of the Prayer.
    • VI.
    • CONFLICT AND COMFORT.
      • VI.
        • CONFLICT AND COMFORT.
        • 1. What Prayer Means.
        • 2. What Prayer Brings.
    • VII.
    • WISDOM AND REVELATION.
      • VII.
        • WISDOM AND REVELATION.
        • 1. The Foundation.
        • 2. The Appeal.
        • 3. The Request.
    • VIII.
    • STRENGTH AND INDWELLING.
      • VIII.
        • STRENGTH AND INDWELLING.
        • 1. The Standpoint.
        • 2. The Attitude.
        • 3. The Address.
        • 4. The Appeal.
        • 5. The Standard.
        • 6. The Petitions.
    • IX.
    • LOVE AND DISCERNMENT.
      • IX.
        • LOVE AND DISCERNMENT.
        • 1. The Definite Request.
        • 2. The Immediate Purpose.
        • 3. The Permanent Result.
        • 4. The Ultimate Object.
    • APPENDIX.
    • INDEX
      • A. SCRIPTURE PASSAGES
      • B. TOPICS
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