A Means of Power – Austen Phelps

by | May 4, 2016

Christians often have little faith in prayer as a power in real life. They do not embrace cordially, in feeling as well as in theory, the truth which underlies the entire scriptural conception and illustration of prayer, that it is literally, actually, positively, effectually, a means of power.

– Austen Phelps –
From The Still Hour: Communion with God in Prayer, 1859