This excellent basic guide can help beginners and longtime Christians alike build their faithfulness to pray and to experience God's power as never before, then apply it in their lives, in their homes, and in the world at large.
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I listen to it and then went out and brought the book (smile) that's just how much I enjoyed it....
There is much of value for all Christians, even advanced Christians, in this book. It helps in many ways, such as explaining and demonstrating how to use various types of prayer. The book is very thorough, including even a section on spiritual warfare against the forces of darkness.
A very positive and delightful reading of this book by the narrator Tavia Gilbert.
It caused me to pay more attention to what God may be trying to communicate to me and motivated me to try to work with God.
I recommend that all Christians read or listen to this book.
Ugh. What a bunch of fluff. I couldn't even make it through the book. It was so trite and irritating. If you are looking for a more in depth soul-searching journey like Eat, Pray, Love, don't bother. If you want someone to over simply life and blow rainbows up your skirt. You found your book.
This book will be a grat addition to your Prayer Library. You will refer to it over and over again. The many scriptural references emphasis the importance of each topic through Biblical truths.
Awesome book,one the must have for christian wanting g to grow in prayer
The prayer shaped disciple it's to the point guide on prayer
The entire book
Maybe. I thought she spent too much time talking about why it's important to pray and not as much as she could have on how to pray.
Toward the end of the book, she gives a lot of examples of using the Bible to form prayers. I found that particularly helpful.
Ms. Gilbert has a beautiful voice that kept me engaged. She read the book in a very reverant way that was befitting the book.
No. This is a book you have to listen to a little at a time and think about.
I enjoyed it, but I thought it was from more of a "charasmatic" background. This is not altogether a bad thing, but I would have preferred more about concentration tactics (how to focus).
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