Tuesday, December 06, 2011

The Seven Prayers God Always Answers by Jason Frenn

About The Book:

The Seven Prayers God Always Answers by Jason Frenn
What prayer do you want answered? If you could sit down with God over a cup of coffee, how would you respond if He asked you, “What do you want me to do for you?” What would you ask?
The author believes these questions could usher in the greatest breakthrough of the reader’s life. He believes that God desires to answer prayer. Yes, everyone’s. THE SEVEN PRAYERS GOD ALWAYS ANSWERS offers biblical insights into the power of prayer. It is designed to help readers pray and see the results that they pray for.
About The Author:
Evangelist Jason Frenn has written two previous books, “Breaking the Barriers” and “Power to
Reinvent Yourself.”

A popular conference speaker for churches, nonprofit organizations and business audiences,
Frenn is the founder of Taking It to the Nations and Power to Change
International. He has held more than 50 evangelistic crusades in Latin America
and the United States. He is a frequent guest on “Hour of
Power.”

Although he grew up in a home plagued with alcoholism and divorce, he was able to break his
family’s cycle of dysfunction and today offers biblical counsel to people facing life’s problems.
To find out more about Jason Frenn or more about the book The Seven Prayers God Always Answers: God's Promises For Everyone, Everywhere, Every Time go to www.jasonfrenn.com
My Thoughts:
Everybody has a prayer (usually more than one) they want answered. And quite frankly most, if not all, of them fall under these seven prayers that Jason Frenn discusses in this book. He breaks each of the seven prayers down and guides the reader through them. He also gives examples of ways that God has answered these prayers before, not only in his own life but in the Bible as well.
I love the idea of keeping track of God answering our prayers in our prayer journals which the author outlines in the last chapter of the book. This is a great idea because if you are anything like me, no matter how thankful you are when God gives you the answer to your prayer (regardless of what that answer may be I believe we should always be grateful for it), it would be nice to have a reminder later on that you can see whenever you look in your prayer journal.
I would recommend this book be put on your TBR list and be kept because it is a definitely a book that you will want to read through more than once. And since I'm giving away a copy of this book, I know at least one of you will. :)
For a chance to win a copy of this book leave a comment and please make sure you leave a working email address so I can reach you if you win. I'll draw a winner next Tuesday.

1 comment:

jh said...

This looks like an absolutely fantastic book! I'm glad you reviewed it :)

Jeremy