This is an indepth exegetical and analytical study of the greatest prayer in the scriptures. While most call the prayer Jesus taught the Disciples which starts, "Our Father which art in heave..." as the Lord's Prayer, John 17 may more appropriately be called "The Lord's Prayer" because it is the prayer our Lord actually prayed himself to the Father.
"Pastor Michael Cannon's new book on John 17 is a welcomed contribution that will be a blessing to both preacher and serious Bible student. In this most intimate prayer of prayers, the high priestly prayer of Jesus, we need a true shepherd to help us draw near to the Savior to listen carefully. Michael Cannon is that shepherd as you will find when you read this book." —Michael A. Milton Reformed Theological Seminary
"Michael Cannon has given us new insights into the conversation between Jesus and his Father as described in John 17. Leading us into this very personal encounter, we get a glimpse of the power of prayer as he describes for us the process of moving through various emotions to the affirmation of faith, and then applies these principles for the reader." —Hughes Oliphant Old Erskine Theological Seminary
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Michael CannonPastor Michael Cannon is a native of Spartanburg, SC. Married to Bevalie in 1983, Michael has served as a Chaplain on both active duty and in the Army Reserves...