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God on Mute: Engaging the Silence of Unanswered Prayer

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    Pete Greig(Author)

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God on Mute was written out of Pete's own experience of the miraculous power of prayer alongside the pain of unanswered prayer and the common human struggle to find faith with that paradox.Just after the birth of the 24-7 Prayer Movement and of his second child Pete's wife, Samie was diagnosed with a massive brain tumor. Subsequent surgery to remove the cancer was successful but she continues to suffer terrible epilepsy and his deepest prayers for her healing did not work. Tracking Christ's own unanswered prayer through Gethsemane and Golgotha, the book leads the reader to Easter Sunday where miracles arise - often when we least expect it.Pete is passionate about the message of God on Mute because it will help many hurting people to hang onto God when they need him more than ever before. Our hope is that God on Mute will inspire people to persevere in prayer and to admit to their struggles as well as their encouragements.Pete Greig is a theology graduate, who found his spiritual home at the innovative Revelation Church in Chichester. Greig has earned a reputation as a radical thinker through his involvement with Cultural Shift. Pete is one of the founding leaders of 24-7 Prayer, which has grown since 1999 from a single prayer room in England into an international, interdenominational Christian community in 63 countries. Greig is a popular speaker and the author of Red Moon Rising. Pete Greig will be speasking at Easter People and Spring Harvest this year.

PETE GREIG is a theology graduate and church planter based in Guildford, England. Listed by "Relevant" magazine as one of the top 50 'Revolutionary Leaders' of his generation, he cofounded the 24-7 Prayer community in 1999, which has touched more than a third of the nations on earth. Thanks to an innovative approach to mission and Christian spirituality, the 24-7 Prayer movement has attracted the attention of magazines from "Reader's Digest" to "Rolling Stone." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • PDF | 346 pages
  • Pete Greig(Author)
  • Kingsway Publications; 1st Paperback Edition edition (4 April 2007)
  • English
  • 5
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By David Nelson on 7 August 2017

    Not sure about the things he's writing. Wouldn't say its a book of hope finder. But still worth reading. Not something I would read usually . But about unanswered prayer. He's down to earth here. God doesn't answer most prayers. Sounds Awfull , but you know , its really is true what he says here. Experienced this myself. You will find what you think is what he's been thinking.

  • By rachelv on 27 April 2017

    Very impressed with this book. So much so that I am now reading it through again - there is a lot to think about. Really challenges you and may change some of your preconceptions about prayer and our relationship with God.

  • By Mr. P. Hayes on 8 April 2017

    The best book by far that I have ever read on prayer. The issue of unanswered prayer fully explored alongside the power of prayer in all senses,

  • By N Mann on 16 March 2017

    Great contents great book

  • By Guest on 12 April 2017

    It eally helps people who have not got answers to their prayers

  • By Guest on 5 March 2017

    As expected from Pete Greig thought provoking .

  • By G. M. Hartley on 8 July 2009

    Of the numerous books I read following the death of my twenty-two year old son, two were outstanding and this is one of them. I was especially inspired by Pete's chapter on Easter Saturday. This book will bring some comfort to those of us who are struggling with the disappointment of unanswered prayer and has reinforced my belief that God can heal today but often doesn't. Pete gives instances of both answered and unanswered prayer and has written an honest and brave book, I can highly recommend.

  • By Guest on 28 April 2017

    Pete Grieg speaks the words your heart is feeling but you didn't know how to put into words yourself; he articulates so many concepts so simply and with such in depth detail. I have only been a Christian for just over a year and I have learned SO much purely from this amazing book (and I literally do not read books like, EVER!) highly HIGHLY recommended!!!

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