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LIBERTY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

Prayer: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders by Dave Earley A Reading Reflection

A Research Paper Submitted to Dr. Gene Jeffries in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for
The Course evan 670-b01

by
August 31, 2012

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ………………………………………………………………………..1
SUMMARY OF BOOK…………………………………………………………………..1
EVALUTATION AND CRITIQUE ……………………………………………………..2
PERSONAL APPLICATION ……………………………………………………………3
CONCLUSION …………………………………………………………………………..4
BIBLIOGRAPHY ………………………………………………………………………..5

INTRODUCTION
Prayer is the way that believers communicate with the Lord. While many view prayer as a means to: thank the Lord, ask for help, and confess their sins; prayer goes beyond that. Dave Earley explains that “The eminence of great leaders in the Bible is attributable to the fact that they were great in their praying.” In his book, Prayer: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders, Earley covers nine topics that are essential and applicable for those who are spiritual leaders.
SUMMARY
The nine principles that Dave Early covers are supported by leaders both from the Bible and other well-known leaders through the course of the history of Christianity. The book can be divided into two sections: developing a prayer life and developing boldness of prayer. The text can further be divided into the nine principles which are: value the power of prayer, make time to pray, pray for those you serve, train others to pray for your, turn your problems into prayer, fast and pray, possess a bold faith, build on the basic, adopt best practices, and putting it all together. In the first chapter, Value the Power of Prayer, Early shares statistics that show the average pastor spends between seven and fifteen minutes a day in prayer. Chapter one continues to provide Scriptural and historical references to attest to the value of prayer. Chapter two focuses on the need to “make time to pray.” Earley poses the question “If Jesus Christ, the Son of God, needed to pray, how much more do you and I?” The rest of the chapter centers on this essential question. In “Pray for Those You Serve, Mr. Early emphasizes the need for intercessory prayer. Chapter four covers and expands the value of having others pray for you. This concludes the first major division in the book. The second division starts with chapter five titled “Turn Your Problems into Prayer.” “All the effective leaders described in this book, especially Moses… Instead of carrying the problems around on his own shoulders, he repeatedly took his problems with God’s people back to God.” “Fast and Pray” is titled of the following chapter which deals with the benefits of fasting in conjunction in prayer. Chapter seven discuss what it means to “possess a bold faith,” and how to develop one. While chapter seven explains how to develop a bold faith, chapter eight suggests the ACTS model of prayer. The final chapter of the text covers how to implement all of the nine previously discussed, as well as just a few, into one’s everyday life and ministry.
EVALUATION AND CRITIQUE While Dave Earley’s text provides an excellent source for understanding the importance and need for prayer, it does have a few flaws. The greatest benefit of this text is that it can serve as a basic manual regarding prayer. First, the importance of prayer is explained using many Biblical references. The high-impact biblical leaders that Earley references include: Moses, the Apostle Paul, and Jesus, the Son of God. Earley also uses many great leaders of the Christian faith as examples throughout his text. These include, but are not limited to: Martin Luther, Charles Spurgeon, Billy Graham, and John Hyde. Each of these men were influential leaders during their time, while also have a mature prayer life with their Lord. Another great strength of this text is found at the end of each chapter. The last paragraph offers challenge questions to the reader regarding each topic covered. These simple questions require the reader to dig deeper than just face value into the words they have read. Following the chapter is the “application worksheet.” This worksheet provides two or three activities for the reader to complete, then subsequently challenges them to incorporate the principles into their daily, as well as leadership, life.
The use of many high-impact Christian leaders as examples to support his points is followed by short stories regarding Earley’s personal experiences. While each of these experiences are unique and do show the power that prayer has; the chance that the events could be replicated are slim. Even though Earley uses Scripture to support his principles, the stories of personal experience and historically great leaders are use more.
Considering that this particular book is less than 200 pages, Earley instills that a life without prayer does not have a strong personal relationship with the Lord.
PERSONAL APPLICATION While each chapter present valuable tools that can be applied to the author’s daily life. A few have stood out more the rest. In chapter five, “turn your problems into prayer,” Earley expresses the benefits are laying ones problems at the feet of Jesus. While the pressures of daily life, along with a life in ministry, can add up quickly, and leave one feeling depressed and overwhelmed. Earley uses the lament psalms to show how David turned his feelings and problems over to the Lord. By doing this, David allowed the Lord to lead him in the direction of His will, rather than David’s will. The outcome proved to be far greater than David could have ever imagined. “Therefore, leaders must learn that when troubles do arrive to pray, pray first, and pray until you either know what to do next or have peace that God has it all under control.” Another topic that is often overlooked is found in chapter four, “train others to pray for you.” While many who are in a position of spiritual leadership pray for others, asking one, or even a group, to pray for the leader may seem out of character. Earley uses Paul as the example for this text. “While he never solicited money from his followers, six times in his letters (an presumably many more times in person) Paul asked people to pray for him.” Paul experienced spiritual warfare, countless persecutions, and even faced an early death for his faith in Christ. While Paul had tremendous faith in the Lord, he also had an army behind the scenes regularly praying for him. Through the examples of Paul and Moses the need for others praying for one is a spiritual leadership position is seen. It should be noted, that one does not need to be a spiritual leader to have others pray from them; this can be between believers as well.
CONCLUSION
The nine principles that Earley discusses in his book will make an impact on any Christian, leader or not. Through the use of Scriptural support and examples of Christian leaders throughout history, the power and importance of prayer is seen. Many of these principles are easily adaptable to anyone who is a believer in Christ. While the some of the principles are controversial, such as fasting, there is biblical support and testimony to the power of prayer.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Earley, Dave. Prayer: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders. Chattanooga: Living
Ink Books, 2008.

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[ 1 ]. Dave Earley, Prayer: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders, (Chattanooga: Living Ink Books, 2008), xii.
[ 2 ]. Ibid., 1.
[ 3 ]. Ibid., 17.
[ 4 ]. Ibid., 18.
[ 5 ]. Ibid., 71.
[ 6 ]. Ibid., 73.
[ 7 ]. Ibid., 91.
[ 8 ]. Ibid., 111.
[ 9 ]. Ibid.,129-130. ACTS stands for: adoration, confession, thanksgiving, and supplication.
[ 10 ]. Ibid., 74.
[ 11 ]. Ibid., 55.…...

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