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J.C. Ryle (1816-1900) challenges us with one simple question: âDo you pray?â In his usual straightforward style, he then proceeds to give seven reasons why the answer you give is important. He concludes with encouragement for those who do not pray, those who desire salvation, and those who do pray.
If Ryle's message was needed in his time, how much more so today. His soul-searching question will cause you to honestly consider your own prayer life. It may challenge you, but if you heed his encouragement, you will be greatly blessed.
"Men ought always to pray." (Luke 18:1)
"I will that men pray everywhere." (1 Timothy 2:1)
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