The Circle Maker Paperback
Praying Circles Around Your Biggest Dreams and Greatest Fears
by Mark Batterson;
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The Circle Maker
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In The Circle Maker, Pastor Mark Batterson shares powerful insights from the true legend of Honi the Circle Maker, a believer who prayed miracles would happen to the people of God—and then they fell from the heavens like rain. Honi and Mark Batterson will help you bring your God-given dreams into being through bold, tenacious prayers that honor God and make the impossible come true.
According to Pastor Batterson in his book, The Circle Maker, "Drawing prayer circles around our dreams isn't just a mechanism whereby we accomplish great things for God. It's a mechanism whereby God accomplishes great things in us."
Do you ever sense that there's far more to prayer, and to God's vision for your life, than what you're experiencing? It's time you learned from the legend of Honi the Circle Maker—a man bold enough to draw a circle in the sand and not budge from inside it until God answered his prayers for his people.
What impossibly big dream is God calling you to draw a prayer circle around?
Sharing inspiring stories from his own experiences as a circle maker, Mark Batterson will help you uncover your heart's deepest desires and God-given dreams and unleash them through the kind of audacious prayer that God delights to answer.
The Circle Maker by Mark Batterson was published by Zondervan in December 2012 and is our 775th best seller. The ISBN for The Circle Maker is 9780310330738.
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Details for The Circle Maker
|Page last updated||13th October 2009|
|Author / Artist||Mark Batterson|
|Publisher||Zondervan (December 2012)|
|Number of Pages||240|