No Heart, No Prayer

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J.C. Ryle:

“Words said without heart are as utterly useless to our souls as the drum beating of the poor heathen before their idols. Where there is no heart, there may be lip work and tongue work, but there is nothing that God listens to; there is no prayer.”

~Ryle (1816-1900), J.C. (2012-07-02). A Call to Prayer – with Study Guide (Chapel Library) (Kindle Locations 147-149). Chapel Library. Kindle Edition.

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