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by Patricia Raybon

Author: Patricia Raybon
Subcategory: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: SaltRiver (September 1, 2006)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.2
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This book has changed my prayer life. When you pray according to God's will, you can confidently tell the mountain to move.

This book has changed my prayer life. Raybon writes with shocking honesty about her own foibles, but the hope she generates for a powerful prayer life is the result. Raybon's previous book, My First White Friend, provides insight into her journey to forgiveness for racial injustices. Raybon learned, though, that prayer isn't so much about what we get as about who we become.

The critically acclaimed book from Patricia Raybon is now in softcover. Pray so things changed. And maybe more than that, it's a calling," writes Patricia Raybon in I TOLD THE MOUNTAIN TO MOVE, a memoir on the most familiar yet most mysterious of the spiritual disciplines. 'The highest part of the work entrusted to us, the root and strength of all other work,' Murray declared. Nothing, he insisted, should we study and practice more than the work of praying. I was desperate, indeed, to learn all of prayer's little secrets, to master all of its hidden methods.

In "I Told The Mountain To Move", Patricia writes about her spiritual journey. Each chapter is a lesson, and yet the book reads somewhat like a diary, where Patricia is both describing the events from her life and going over what she has learned, what she is working on, and where she's still experiencing challenge, praying for help, as well as forgiveness where she felt short. And while describing her spiritual struggles, challenges and victories, she also quotes Richard Foster, Andrew Murray and other authors. In I Told the Mountain to Move,Raybon reflects on her upbringing in a strict, churchgoing family, her departure from her childhood faith, and her struggle to return to God in adulthood. In I Told the Mountain to Move, Raybon reflects on her upbringing in a strict, churchgoing family, her departure from her childhood faith, and her struggle to return to God in adulthood.

Patricia Raybon is a brilliant writer. This book met me where I was at in my life. I Told the Mountain to Move. We've rounded up the biggest book club books 2018 has to offer, including new releases from Kristin Hannah, Meg Wolitzer, Debbie Macomber, and more.

Christianity Today Book of the Year finalist! The critically acclaimed book from Patricia Raybon is now in softcover.

I Told the Mountain to Move. My daddy wouldn’t say n. o, you can’t be a writer. I’ll write for life, I told myself-never dreaming I’d just chosen a kind of heaven. My First White Friend. No, you can’t climb a mountain. No, you’re a brown-skin girl in a color-struck world. So go for something safe. Or a certain hell? Giving your life to something tough and crazy is, for sure, a wild and rocky journey. So Daddy tempered it. He mixed in Jesus. Instead, he piled us in the Dodge and drove us to a little Denver church where Daddy sang in the choir and Mama taught Sunday school.

Learning to Pray So Things Change. Published September 30, 2006 by Saltriver Library Thing. Published September 30, 2006 by Saltriver. Prayer, Christianity, Protected DAISY. Download ebook for print-disabled. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with

Christianity Today Book of the Year Finalist.In the critically acclaimed prayer memoir from award-winning author Patricia Raybon, the Colorado essayist sets out to learn the secrets of mountain-moving prayer. But will her broken marriage, a dying husband, conflicts with an adult daughter and her determination to pray for her household lead to a healed family and a renewed faith? In the page-turning depths of I Told the Mountain to Move, Raybon wrestles with her upbringing in a strict, churchgoing family, her questioning about her childhood faith, and her determination to return fully to God in adulthood. This wonderfully written book reaches across racial, denominational, and cultural lines as Raybon discovers that prayer is a deliberate discipline that draws the prayer warrior into a life-changing relationship with a mountain-moving God.