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Praying to Change Your Life (Student Edition)

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Praying to Change Your Life is an action-oriented, results-driven, how-to guide for believers that glorifies God, transforms lives, and increases the power of your prayers.

Through instruction, prayer exercises, personal stories, and testimonies, you will learn what prayer is, why you should pray, who you pray to, and how to pray using the six categories of the model prayer
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 15th 2013 by Destiny Image
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Aug 13, 2013 DeidreMichele rated it liked it
Recommended for anyone struggling with developing a consistent prayer life or in need of a starting point to praying God's word for specific situations. It's not an emotional read but rather focuses on individual faith in what the Word of God says and how to develop a strategic plan for prayer that goes beyond self (empty words, vain repetition,) to praying for marriage, the church, community, businesses, government, missions, etc. Because the book places such an emphasis on the Word of God, if ...more
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