Many people are missing the great things God wants to do in their lives because they don't know how to receive answers to their prayers. This revolutionary book is not a step-by-step guide on how to pray but an inspiring vision that moves people to greater hope as they see the tremendous potential of prayer.
Breakthrough Prayer is peppered with amazing stories of answered prayer from the Brooklyn Tabernacle, including the story of the final survivor of the World Trade Center collapse and the prayers she prayed before becoming the last person pulled from the wreckage alive.
©2003 Jim Cymbala; (P)2003 Zondervan
"Cymbala's impassioned message should bring encouragement to the Christian faithful." (Publishers Weekly)
Jim Cymbala does not hold anything back he simple speaks from the Word of God and asks the Holy Spirit to guide him. If you are not afraid to feel convicted and want to do something about your prayer life I suggest you get this book.
To me, a listener, Yes.
It gave me a variety, based on a reality from the accounts and relevance to the content which I found in line with the Word of GOD.
NO, not as of this reading.
It flowed well, I did not expect there to be a surprise. The content and what I hoped to learn from the author and through the readers presentation was enlightening and caused me to think and consider what I had heard and gained from the book..
I am already on to other readings by the same main author. For Prayer and the use, value and some peace in your life, I would recommend this author and the reader on the same or similar subjects as enhancements in your focus on GOD and communicating with him through Prayer.
Excellent book, very motivating and encouraging in trusting God through prayer! Highly recommend!!!! I've been greatly encouraged in my faith and prayer life through Cymbala's books as well as his daughter's book, The Girl in the Song.
His book on prayer covered a lot of meat and addressed many of the real life issues being faced in the church. It definitely gave me some insights on improving my own prayer life.
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