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When You Pray

William F Johnson

Publisher: Aslan Ministries, Inc

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Summary

Discover the deep meaning in this prayer! 
"Deep enough for an elephant to swim, yet shallow enough for a child to wade!" 
Award-winning author William Johnson will walk you through the Lord's Prayer - verse by verse to reveal the lost meaning of this most popular prayer. 
 
Almost all believers know this prayer by heart but are unaware of the truth and richness it contains.  
  
You will never pray the "Our Father" in the same way again.

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