7 Secrets to Power Praying Paperback
How to Access God's Wisdom and Miracles Every Day
by Jane Glenchur;
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Packed full of practical tips, guidance and biblically based tips on how to get your prayer life kicked into gear
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7 Secrets to Power Praying
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The Bible is full of spiritual wisdom. But does God provide specific direction for real-world questions? Questions like Is this the right job? and Which college should my child attend?
The answer is a resounding yes. And in this practical guide, you will discover how to access Gods divine wisdom in any situation.
Join author Jane Glenchur as she shares the seven secrets to praying with power that God taught her, along with other gems of prayer wisdom, to help take the guesswork and stress out of decision-making. Her numerous personal stories, from praying for the best shoes for her daughter to astonishing healings overseas, will motivate you to set apart time with the Lord and tune your ear to His voice during your daily routine. But most importantly, she shows how ordinary believers like you can receive extraordinary answers to our prayers.
Learning to partner with God is the heart of this book. In so doing, you, too, will develop an intimate relationship with the Lord and experience miraculous answers to prayer. Dr. Jane Glenchur
Are you ready to see the impossible made possible?
7 Secrets to Power Praying by Jane Glenchur was published by Baker in March 2014 and is our 32873rd best seller. The ISBN for 7 Secrets to Power Praying is 9780800795719.
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Details for 7 Secrets to Power Praying
|Author / Artist||Jane Glenchur|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Baker (March 2014)|
|Number of Pages||222|
|Page last updated||9th December 2016|