Hello All I hope you are having a blessed day, today I will be doing another book review from http://www.tyndaleblognetwork.com/ I received a book called: PrayerPoints: Praying God's Promises at Your Point of Need By: Ken Petersen for free for my honest opinion.
Think about it . . . you feel more alive, whole, and centered when you’re firmly connected to God and anchored in his Word. You cling to him, give him your best moments, and talk with him nonstop. But then, there are times when you just don’t know how to sincerely express yourself through prayer. You’re at a loss for words, and a sense of helplessness takes hold of your heart.
God desperately wants to hear from you! PrayerPoints lets you take what you’re feeling right now, quickly connect your needs to God’s Word, and then pray through his promises as they relate to your specific need.
Don’t abandon your prayer life because you can’t find the right words to say. Let PrayerPoints guide your thoughts, direct you to the heart of Scripture, and move you to a place of wholehearted, all-out, amazing relationship with God.
When I first saw this book I was surprised it was so small but then I realized, its a good thing because it can fit in my purse and I can take it everywhere with me. I also noticed how beautiful the cover its leather or faux leather like material. I love that the front of the book has the scripture:
Psalm 145:18 ("The Lord is close to all who call on him, yes, to all who call on him in truth.")
This book is a blessing I love the fact that you can tap into gods promises when you are at your point of need. For instance say you are feeling worried about a certain situation in your life, you can look in the book and find scriptures related to gods promises like: Philippians 4:6-7( "Don't fret or worry. Instead of worrying pray".) No matter what you are going through you can go and read the prayer points and meditate on gods promises, this is a must have book its a bless that everyone needs to carry with them daily.
" I received this book for free for my honest opinion from http://www.tyndaleblognetwork.com/"