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God's Book of Prayers Each and Every Prayer in the Bible
Published by WestBow Press
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On 9/24 Mindy Koentopp wrote: I was expecting a book full of wonderful, devotional kinds of prayers.What I received was something very different from the above.The author explains that this book was something that he wanted to write for a long time - a book full of all the prayers in the Bible.I thought, "Oh, this will be a wonderful ... Book Review: God's Book of Prayers
On 5/1 Hammock Librarian wrote: BOOK DESCRIPTION (from the publisher): Each and every prayer in the Bible is now available, together and categorized. God’s Book of Prayers and The Lord’s Prayers both contain all the prayers of the Bible. God’s Book of Prayers separates each into nine categories for convenient reading, while ... God's Book of Prayers, by M.A.R.
On 12/11 Ms M wrote: I received a free ebook copy of this book from BookLookBloggers in exchange for an honest review. God's Book of Prayers is an organized collection of all the prayers in the Bible with only a few exceptions. M.A.R. states that only those prayers prayed to God in the first or second person are included ... God's Book of Prayers by M.A.R.
On 11/22 Casey Roberts wrote: The title explains it all. This book literally includes every prayer in the Bible. What is special about this book is that the prayers are broken down into 9 categories including blessing, confession, prayers for insight, petition, praise, response, n go statement, thanks and worship. The author further ... A Great Reference Tool
On 11/5 Trista Wilson wrote: A few Sunday's ago my church sermon focused on the importance of meaningful praying, and how to avoid deaf prayers, the Pastor also touched on how we can make our prayers more meaningful and deeper because God loves deep prayers. God loves blessing his followers and he gets great joy from our joy and ... God's Book Of Prayers eBook - A Book Look Blogger Review
On 6/3 Heather wrote: This is an interesting book to review. essentially it is a dissected Bible. (reminds me a bit of Thomas Jefferson's) Although it lauds the KJV as the only authorized, it also cites NIV. The real reason for this is probably based on copyrights rather than convictions. 90% of the text is KJV."The NIV text ...
On 3/3 Caspianrex wrote: [I received a free ebook of God's Book of Prayers from Thomas Nelson's blogger program at Booksneeze.com, where you can get free books just for submitting a review like the one you are about to read.] It's a good thing this was a free ebook, because I would hate to have spent any money for this thing. ... A total waste of time
On 2/5 Savannah wrote: God’s Book of Prayers is just that; a compilation of all of the prayers found in the Bible. Before the lists of prayers comes various helps in how to benefit the most from the book. There is an overview of what prayer actually is, and how it is important. There is a quick discussion on the importance ... Good content, not great on kindle
On 2/2 Zonahead wrote: This book was a good read for me, “God’s Book of Prayer” is exactly what you would expect. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Book Sneeze in exchange for an honest review. The prayers come from nine different categories: Blessing Prayers, Confession Prayers, Prayers for Insight, ... God's Book of Prayers
On 1/18 DanielofAZ wrote: God's Book of Prayers is founded on a simple, often overlooked idea: the Bible makes the best source for prayers! It seems obvious, doesn't it? When we talk with God, it's far better to start with His own words than coming up with stuff from scratch. So I love this author's idea: printing all of ... Great Concept, Eccentric Delivery