Bringing Sons to Glory
Can we pray imprecatory psalms in the New Covenant? Can we really pray as boldly as Jesus told us we can? How can we pray in faith, if some of our prayers go unanswered? In this new E-Book, Peter Leithart pastorally deals with these issues surrounding prayer. He gives encouragement to pray, reasons to pray, deals with the sometimes difficult subject of imprecatory psalms, and much more.
Excerpt from Chapter 1:
"Our prayers should be premised on the status we have in Christ. In Christ, we have become adults. In Christ, we have been brought into the intimacy of the Triune fellowship. We are no longer minor children, under the tutelage of the Law, under guardians and managers. We are no longer children, but full grown in Christ. We have been rescued from death, and brought to glory. We already have a share in the resurrection of the dead through the Spirit of the Risen Christ. We have the Spirit and the mind of Christ. This should be the premise of all our prayers."
by: Peter Leithart