The home site for ‘A Method for Prayer’ -the 1710 edition, there is a daily blog from the book, follow by email or RSS feed- here
A free PDF file of the November 2014 revised edition is available, with a new introduction to ‘My Affection’ by Dr. John Owen, and with an enlarged fully active table of contents- click here
‘A Method for Prayer’ -the 1710 edition is the Puritan writer Matthew Henry‘s world renowned Christian classic. ‘A Method for Prayer’ is a Bible-based prayerbook, it was written as a Bible companion and reference for daily devotions. It is now newly transcribed from the 1710 originals, into a classic prayer-book format with wide margins, and with all the cross references from Matthew Henry’s original. With modernized spelling and all of the nine divisions of the book; 1-Adoration of God, 2-Confession of Sin, 3-Petitions and Requests, 4-Thanksgivings for Mercy, 5-Intercession for Others, 6-Occasional Addresses to God, 7-The Conclusion of Prayer, 8-A Paraphrase on the Lord’s Prayer, 9-Some forms of Prayer.
With added devotional prayers and Bible study aids from the publisher/author of this new blue expanded edition. –Featuring a collection of 700 short devotional prayers (with their biblical references) to the Godhead of Jesus Christ called ‘My Affection’ (that is, proclamations and praises of his many names, titles and attributes; being with you in worship and adoration before his throne, (Isaiah 6:1-3 & Revelation 4:1-11 & Revelation 19:5-7) as you think upon them throughout the day and meditate in the night watches; God has said in Philippians 4:8 & Psalm 63:6.) – A poetic setting of Psalm 119. –A Glossary containing 2400 words of the King James Bible. –And a daily Bible reading plan.
A free audiobook of ‘A Method for Prayer’
Chapter 1- Adoration of God
Chapter 2- Confession of Sin
Chapter 3- Petitions and Requests
Chapter 4- Thanksgivings for Mercy
Chapter 6- Occasional Addresses to God
Chapter 7- The Conclusion of Prayer
Chapter 8- A Paraphrase on the Lord’s Prayer
Chapter 9- Some Forms of Prayer