Mosab Hassan Yousef (born 1978) is a Palestinian and son of a Hamas founder and leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef. From 1997 to 2007, he worked undercover for Israel’s internal security service Shin Bet, which considered him its most valuable source within the Hamas leadership.
According to Israeli sources, the information Yousef supplied prevented dozens of suicide attacks and assassinations of Israelis, exposed numerous Hamas cells, and assisted Israel in hunting down many militants, including his own father. In March 2010, he published his autobiography titled Son of Hamas.
Yousef has since converted to Christianity and moved to California. His request for political asylum in the United States was granted pending a routine background check on June 30, 2010.
What follows are outlines to provide structure for a time of prayer. The first two are specifically designed to structure one hour of prayer. The two that follow are not so specific about the time required, and could take a longer or shorter period of time. Nevertheless, all these outlines are designed to support significant time in prayer – not just a minute or two.
Larry Lea’s Prayer Outline based on “the Lord’s Prayer” (explained in his book Could You Not Tarry One Hour?)
Various versions of this outline can be found on the web. Here are a few of them:
John Piper, himself once a professor, takes issue with Bart Ehrman and others through the ages who have sought to construct “another” Jesus by picking and choosing various sources rather than accepting the biblical text at face value.