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Fearless prayer by Craig Hazen
Here is the review about a practical and helpful Christian book on prayer.
'Fearless prayer ' is written by Craig Hazen. . The author encourages the reader to climb to deeper levels with God in prayer. He addresses the barriers that believers may have in understanding who God is and the challenges that might keep them from a deeper prayer life. He tells believers to take advantage of the command to ask anything in prayer. He feels believers do not ask and believe in prayer. He also talks about what it means to live in the vine and have our nourishment from the vine and not ourselves. We are to be dependent on the vine and not leaning on our own strength. We are to lean on God first during our daily challenges and not look to ourselves. In America we get used to looking to ourselves to solve our problems and not look to God. Dr. Hazen is a professor on apologetics at Biola and encourages believers to know God for who He is and not who we may think He is.. He challenges believer to higher levels in prayer with God . Will you allow God to bring you to higher levers! This book was give to me by ebook for review purposes by netgalley. I will be sharing my reviews with facebook, , my blog, Christian book distributors, amazon, goodreads, my pastors and a friend who is a library at a Church. Thank you for this opportunity to read this book.
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I just finished a new book called A Song of Home by Susie Finkbeiner. The book was released on the 28th. It takes place during the Dust Bowl era. The book shows the reader what the time period is really like. It is rich in detail of about the characters. The book is told with Pearl narrating the story and from her point of view. Her Mother is not always at home . At one point her Mother is gone and finally returns but she is pregnant . She eventually loses her baby and ended up in a depression .Her aunt and uncle show kindness and support to her and her brother during her time of need. The story has lots of Christian values and qualities woven throughout. I was sad to see the story end. There are two books in the series before this book.
#I Declare War# is Lusko's way of having us look at the areas that hold us back in our Christian life. Paul talked about how He wanted to do something but was hindered. The book is excellent and very personable. He warns Christians to be ready for the battle like a soldier is ready with his armor. He talked about how your words can be harmful and like a weapon. He shared his struggle with bridling his tongue after having difficult middle school years with bullying. He draws the reader into the book with such personal examples. He talked also about how we must train our mind to be positive like the navy seals are told. They view any obstacle from a positive angle. Lusko goes on to teach keys to overcome the battle with yourself which we all face. There is a DVD series and a study guide for the book. The book would be excellent for a Men's or Women's Bible study group. It would work …