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“...when thou comest, bring with thee...the books,but especially the parchments.
(2 Tim. 4:13)
Psalms 107:2
 
 
 
Romans 12:1-2
 
P.O. Box 388 Mineral Springs, N.C. 281081(704)843-3858
E-Mail:
 preslar12@windstream.net 
The Home Bible Study Library 
The Promise Book 
(How to Pray the Promises of God)
Edited By Dr Terry W. Preslar Copyright (C) 2007. Terry W. Preslar All rights reserved.
 
The Home Bible Study Library 
The Promise Book 
(How to Pray the Promises of God) Abbreviations of the names of the books of the Bible used in this book and many other referencebooks in the Fresh Waters Digital Library.
 
Genesis ....................................Gen.Exodus ......................................Ex.Leviticus ...................................Lev. Numbers ..................................Num.Deuteronomy ...............................Deut.Joshua .....................................Josh.Judges ....................................Judg.Ruth .......................................Ruth1 Samuel .................................1 Sam.2 Samuel .................................2 Sam.1 Kings ..................................1 Kings2 Kings ..................................2 Kings1 Chronicles .............................1 Chron.2 Chronicles .............................2 Chron.Ezra .......................................Ezra Nehemiah ..................................Neh.Esther ......................................Est.Job .........................................JobPsalms .....................................Psa.Proverbs ..................................Prov.Ecclesiastes .................................Eccl.Song of Solomon .......................Song of Sol.Isaiah .......................................Isa.Jeremiah ....................................Jer.Lamentations ................................Lam.Ezekiel ....................................Ezek.Daniel .....................................Dan.Hosea ......................................Hos.Joel ........................................JoelAmos .....................................AmosObadiah ....................................Oba.Jonah .....................................JonahMicah .....................................Mic. Nahum ...................................NahumHabakkuk ..................................Hab.Zephaniah .................................Zeph.Haggai .....................................Hag.Zechariah ...................................Zec.Malachi ....................................Mal.Matthew ...................................Matt.Mark .....................................MarLuke ......................................LukeJohn .......................................JohnActs .......................................ActsRomans ...................................Rom.1 Corinthians ...............................1 Cor.2 Corinthians ...............................2 Cor.Galatians ...................................Gal.Ephesians ...................................Eph.Philippians ..................................Phil.Colossians ..................................Col.1 Thessalonians ............................1 Thes.2 Thessalonians ............................2 Thes.1 Timothy ................................1 Tim.2 Timothy ................................2 Tim.Titus ......................................TitusPhilemon ...................................Phm.Hebrews ....................................Heb.James .....................................James1 Peter ...................................1 Pete2 Peter ...................................2 Pete1 John ...................................1 John2 John ...................................2 John3 John ...................................3 JohnJude .......................................JudeRevelation ..................................Rev.
Copyright (C) 2003 Terry W. Preslar All rights reserved.
 No part of this publication
(in the printed form or the electronic form)
 may be reproduced in any form, byPhotostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, which are now known, or to be invented, or incorporated intoany information retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, without the written permission of the copyright owner.
Terry W. Preslar – PO Box 388 – Mineral Springs, NC 28108-0388 – USA
 
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The Home Bible Study Library 
The Promise Book 
(How to Pray the Promises of God)
 Introduction
This booklet is offered to present you a selection of passages from theWord of God on many important topics. The quotations are drawn fromthe King James Version of the Bible. We hope that this Promise Book will help you to understand God’s Word as it applies to your daily life.The use of God’s “promises” in the Saint’s Prayer is as old as the practice of prayer. GOD has made promises to the race of man for:
A) theinstruction of the worshiper, B) the comfort of the wanderer,
 and
C)the calling of the workman.
 To rely upon the “promises” of aSOVEREIGN GOD is to enter into a wise practice with the hope of HIS best reward. This type of prayer is not as is done by many in thismodern-day’s “super-spiritual” movements. That is; it is not“commanding” GOD to obey our request. This type of prayer is simply relying upon whatHE has already promised in HIS word to meet your present needs.There are many things that we may be sure of. These matters are all, in respective order, of greatimportance. God’s Promises are:
 I- Unfailing 
 (“Blessed be the LORD, that hath given rest unto his people Israel, according to all that he promised: there hath not failed one word of all his good promise, which he promised by the hand of Moses his servant.” 1 Kings 8:56)
 II- Assured by Divine Ability
 (“And being fully persuaded that, what he had promised, he was able alsoto perform.” Rom. 4:21)
 III- Grounded in CHRIST 
 (“For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto theglory of God by us. 2 Cor. 1:20)
 IV- Infinite in Value
 (“Whereby are given unto us exceeding great and precious promises: that by theseye might be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world throughlust.” 2 Peter 1:4)
V- Culminated in everlasting life
 (“And this is the promise that he hath promised us, even eternal life.”1 John 2:25)
O!
 thou in whose presence my soul takes delightOn whom in affliction I call,My Comfort by day and my song in the night,My hope, my salvation, My all!
 —
 — 
R
estore, my dear SAVIOR, the light of thy face,Thy soul-cheering comfort impart;And let the sweet tokens of pardoning grace Bring joy to my desolate heart
Taken from The Baptist Hymnal, The Judson Pressby Joseph Swain, 1792

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