This is the fourth in a series of reviews of books read while under the California Stay-at-Home Order (which commenced March 20, 2020). I was halfway through this particular book when the order began.
Genre/Keywords: Christianity, religion, devotions, prayer, self-help, how-to
Length: 210 pages
Release: April 1, 2008
Cost for New Copy: $8.99 on Kindle, $12.99 paperback
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book was a great exploration into the propose and practice if intercessory prayer. It’s a good book to read one chapter at a time, spending time between chapters to think and pray about what was taught. I appreciated the way the explanation became progressively more and more complex and engaging. I particularly enjoyed the prayer at the end of each chapter, which was a practical way to introduce the concepts and give the reader somewhere to start.
Highly recommended for those who enjoy prayer and need to step up their game.