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Praying in the Harvest: How to Pray for the Lost [Paperback]

By Don Walton (Author)
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Pages   140
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.52" Width: 5.38" Height: 0.39"
Weight:   0.45 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Sep 30, 2002
Publisher   GREEN KEY BOOKS #815
ISBN  097059965X  
EAN  9780970599650  

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Our prayers on behalf of our lost loved ones make a difference...The plight of the lost and their desperate need of our prayers should drive us to our knees. Day and night our voices should be lifted toward heaven on behalf of the lost for whom God has burdened us. The eternities of lost souls hang in the balance, but a sovereign God has chosen to tip the scales in their favor through our prayers. The prayers we offer for lost souls from burdened hearts will alter eternal destinies. What further incentive do we need to search the Scriptures for insights into making our prayers for the lost more effectual? This book will lead you on such a Scriptural exploration.

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Huge Disappointment  Jan 7, 2007
I had great hopes when I ordered this book by this site, and it turned out to be an incredible disappointment. I wanted to give it to a friend who had received a book on the same subject that was written by a charismatic author. I was hoping Walton's book would be a conservative Evangelical, Calvary-Chapel type work on the subject.

I started reading this book and by the time I was halfway done, I wanted to throw it in the trash. The book has numerous doctrinal errors largely by incorporating in some of the ideas of Calvinism.

Soon after the start, Walton tells us it is a bad thing to pray for the salvation of all people because this might result in "a stressed-out prayer life." Well, what about 1 Tim. 2: 1, in which Paul calls for "prayers, intercession and thanksgiving...for everyone."? (In another part of the book Walton cites that verse but he immediately focuses on the next verse about kings and those in authority and never acknowledges the significance of the all people phrase.).

Soon after (p. 7), he notes that many Christians "insist that our salvation is determined by our decision for Christ." He adds, "This is not what Jesus taught. In John 15: 16, Jesus said, `Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you.' " This is poor exegesis. That verse was about Christ's sovereign choice of his 12 disciples for crucial service as apostles. It was not even about salvation. Of course our decision is pivotal in salvation. Paul wrote in Romans 10: "All who call upon the name of the Lord will be saved."

Later, Walton disagrees with a pre-trib rapture position and takes a mid-trib position. This is not heretical, but it is an uncommon position and just contributed further to the book's overall lack of credibility.

Walton then gets into the issue of saving faith. Continuing in the Calvinistic doctrine of election, he says, he says "man has nothing to do with his salvation." (p. 49) Of course this is nonsense. It is true we have nothing to do with salvation in terms of works. But all throughout scripture acts of the will are called for whether in Deuteronomy ("Choose life.."), Luke 13: 3, 5: "Unless you repent, you too will all perish." to John 1:12: "Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God." And there are many others.

Then he misses the meaning of Ephesians 2: 8-9, saying the "it" of "it is the gift of God" refers to faith. But a correct interpretation of the Greek indicates "it" refers to the salvation-by-grace-through-faith process that is the gift. Otherwise we would understand the remainder of the verse (about works) as faith is not of works, which makes no sense.
And even if faith is a gift (which I believe it is) it is not an irresistible gift, contrary to the claims of Calvinism.

Later, Walton gets to Matthew 18: 18-20 and, incredibly, interprets the part of "binding and loosing" the way the charismatics do! He claims this is about spiritual warfare when it absolutely is not. The context for this part of Matthew 18 is about discipline within the church. Binding and loosing is rabbinical language and this passage means "Whatever is forbidden on earth will be forbidden in heaven and what is permitted on earth will be permitted in heaven."

Walton also claims in connection with the passage here about "Where two or three are gathered in my name..." is also about spiritual warfare. Amazingly, he claims "Until Christ confirms to `two' or more the satanic strongholds needing to be prayed down in the lives of the lost, the strongman cannot be bound or his goods spoiled." And of course this is yet more nonsense.
The verse about the two or three is about witnesses within the process of the just-mentioned church discipline. That's beside the fact that we read in James 5: 16: "The prayer of a righteous man [singular here] is powerful and effective."
Really, Walton talks much more about his version of the dynamics of salvation than he does about prayer. But this book just has too many flaws. Save your money.

You have to read this book...  Nov 17, 2002
Billy Graham said, "There are 3 secrets for a revival -- PRAYER, PRAYER, and PRAYER!" PRAYING IN THE HARVEST is a must-be-read book for every christian.
Hope for a dying world...  Apr 20, 2002
This book gives a great deal of Biblical insight into effectively praying people into the Kingdom of God.

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