From best-selling and beloved author Stormie Omartian comes a unique collection of prayer insight accompanied by carefully chosen Scripture. Praying the Bible into Your Life gives readers the help they need to draw from God's power, truth, wisdom, and comfort for everyday guidance and decision making. These short but significant prayer starters and verses from each book of the Bible - Genesis to Revelation - encourage readers to seek inspiration from God's Word to enhance and expand their conversations with the Lord. This short audio is a wonderful resource for those who want to keep their prayer lives fresh and growing.
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Yes. I would recommend this book. It's short, it stays on point, and it provides excellent examples of using the Bible to empower your prayer life.
Stormie Omartian stays on point. She doesn't wander from the topic. The entire book is about using the Bible to empower your prayers. The narration was excellent, the book is short enough to listen to over and over, and the examples are simple, worshipful, and useful.
I have listened to Ms. Gilbert before, and she always does a beautiful job of reading with reverence and wonder in a relaxing tone.
Yes. I want to listen to it over and over until I absorb this form of prayer into my life. It has already changed the way I view God's Word for the better.
The is the best book on prayer since Brother Lawrence's Practice of the Presence of God. It is short enough for a busy person to listen to and powerful enough to stop a busy person's train of thought and turn it to God. I know that it did that for me.
Love audiobooks when they're well done!
The narrator of this book did an excellent job of presenting the scriptures. But this book definitely does not live up to the standard of a great writer such as Stormie.
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This is probably better in print. I have always like Stormie's books but this one has no narrative and is difficult to listen to consistently. Too easy to get distracted and not listen.
Did not keep interest
Bible verses are always important but these were too scattered
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