This is one of the most honest books about prayer you'll ever read. Paul E. Miller doesn't know about prayer primarily as a theologian, but as a man who has learned how to pray, largely in response to suffering in his life. This isn't just the story of a man who's arrived: it's the sometimes harrowing story of a man who had to get past cultural and personal roadblocks to prayer.
The text is littered with extremely helpful insights.
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