Pray Big: The Power of Pinpoint Prayers

The best Kindle Pray Big The Power of Pinpoint Prayers release Do we test the Holy Spirit s patience with prayer that asks nothing of him This might sound surprising at first blush but most people h

The best Kindle Pray Big: The Power of Pinpoint Prayers release Do we test the Holy Spirit s patience with prayer that asks nothing of him This might sound surprising at first blush, but most people have experienced being at a prayer meeting, in church, or gasp in their own personal prayer time and hearing prayers like this God, bless Tom or God, just be with Sue in her need Will Davis Jr pastor of Austin Christian FellowshDo we test the Holy Spirit s patience with prayer that asks nothing of him This might sound surprising at first blush, but most people have experienced being at a prayer meeting, in church, or gasp in their own personal prayer time and hearing prayers like this God, bless Tom or God, just be with Sue in her need Will Davis Jr pastor of Austin Christian Fellowship, calls believers to a risky and rewarding practice of prayer Pray Big teaches readers how to pray with biblical, pinpoint accuracy In other words, it teaches them prayers that get things done From audacious prayers for miracles to mundane prayers about lost car keys, Davis takes the reader from a point of weakness to one of boldness As a result, readers will want to pray , they will see results from their prayers, and they will be emboldened to ask God for everything he has promised them.. Good Book Pray Big: The Power of Pinpoint Prayers Title: PRAY BIG: The Power of Pinpoint PrayersAuthor: Will Davis, Jr. Publisher: Revell2007ISBN: 978-0-8007-3204-2Genre: Inspirational/prayerGod, please bless Tom, and be with Bill today, and…Are we praying weak, vague prayers? Saying things like “Just be with Bob” or “Bless Janet in her time of need”? God wants us to be specific in our prayers, stating what Bob or Janet need. The author also recommends not just settling asking just once. Yes, God knows, but Mr. Davis recommends putting the request before God often. He also recommends quoting the Bible back to God, reminding Him of His promises. God wants us to be bold and direct in our prayers, praying what Mr. Davis calls Big, bold, audacious prayers, asking God specifically for what we need. And he shows us through the Lord’s prayer how Jesus recommended that we ask specifically. If you are a surface prayer, and looking for a more powerful, deeper, more fulfilling prayer life, then PRAY BIG is a book you need to pick up. This book will help you as you learn to ask for big miracles, how to call on God with focus and confidence, whether you are praying for yourself or for other people. Each chapter concludes with questions for you to consider, or for use with small group discussions. There is no room to write your thoughts or answers, so you will want to keep a notebook and pen close by for making notes while studying this book. 100 pinpoint prayers from the Psalms are included at the end of the book. Highly recommended. $12.99. 199 pages.

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  1. Born and raised in Austin, TexasMarried to Susie in 1985Three grown kids Will, Emily and SaraFounding and Senior Pastor of Austin Christian Fellowship

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  1. Title PRAY BIG The Power of Pinpoint PrayersAuthor Will Davis, Jr Publisher Revell2007ISBN 978 0 8007 3204 2Genre Inspirational prayerGod, please bless Tom, and be with Bill today, and Are we praying weak, vague prayers Saying things like Just be with Bob or Bless Janet in her time of need God wants us to be specific in our prayers, stating what Bob or Janet need The author also recommends not just settling asking just once Yes, God knows, but Mr Davis recommends putting the request before God o [...]


  2. For writing style, it s a pretty average three stars but I feel that way about most of the literary world But the content was very good.It teaches the value of specific and answerable prayers, talks about the value of praying from the Bible, and gives common circumstances and people we pray for, and how it relates to them It has some really beautiful parts, and I m glad I read it I would recommend it to any Christian who wants some advice on a powerful prayer life.


  3. I loved this book I used a lot of the material at the women s retreat that I lead for our church It was a whole new way of looking at prayer, an eye opener.





  4. great ideas, just not a great read Boring and a little confusing I wanted to be interested I promise to still Pray Big by also praying for the little things, do you see what I mean



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