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How to Pray - cover

How to Pray

R. A. Torrey

Publisher: Editora Oxigênio

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A real manual on prayer, its importance and necessity in the Christian life. Written by a leading Christian leaders of the twentieth century.

A book that will bring growth and knowledge about prayer and invite him to live with greater intimacy with God.

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