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Concern For God‘s Glory

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The Bible for Today with John Stott

John Stott shows the primary purpose of prayer is not to just request things for ourselves and our loved ones, but to have the glory and purposes of God first and foremost in mind. He explains Pharasaical prayer, pagen prayer and Christian prayer. 

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