The premise of this book is very simple. If you're breathing, if you have a pulse, if your heart's desire is to experience more of God, then you are qualified to do business with him. You don't have to be a pastor or a priest to do this. You don't have to be a man or a woman of the cloth. Trust me when I tell you that the God of Heaven and Earth is looking to commune with average, everyday citizens. It is the birthright of every person on the planet to connect with the creator in prayer. This book teaches you how to pray effectively for your family, your community, your enemies, the church worldwide, your government, and the lost. Also discover how to birth new concepts and big ideas into the world through prayer. Become a faithful prayer warrior in just under 20 minutes a day. Become a keeper of God's words as you record God's promises to you.
What did you love best about Doing Business with God?
This book is practical as a step-by-step guide filled with encouragement for the readers that “doing business with God” is actually obtainable on a daily basis.
What other book might you compare Doing Business with God to and why?
I've read other prayer books such as Cindy Jacobs "The Voice of God" and Dutch Sheets "Prophetic Intercession." Although the information in these books are valuable, this book outlines more of a hands-on, practical approach. I feel that it gives a better guide for those that are starting out, but I also think that those that are further along in their faith walk can benefit from this book as well.
What does Meghan Crawford bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I heard the gentle nature in her voice which reflects the gentile part of God as our Father, which I would not have pictured just reading the book by itself.