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Praying Thru the Tabernacle by Jon Courson is a book that I have bought so many copies of that I have lost count.  I have given copies to just about everyone that I know who loves the LORD and wants to learn to pray better.  Even some who didn’t ask got a copy.  It is a little book which, despite its size, packs a punch.  The book is based on a teaching that Pastor Jon gives on using the Tabernacle as a guide for prayer.  At each “station” of the Tabernacle, the person praying considers where they are and the aspect of prayer related to that piece of furniture or location.

For example, when you are before the bronze altar, you confess your sins.  The  booklet tells you briefly about the location, what occurred there and reminds you of what to pray about there.  When you are before the table of show bread, you pray for your daily “bread”, your daily needs.  It can be used as a devotional.  You learn about both prayer and the Tabernacle.  It is great.  It is available from Jon Courson’s ministry,  Searchlight.

ISBN:  978-0-97894723-0-0

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