Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Intercessory Prayer by Dutch Sheets

About Intercessory Prayer:
Called foundational, revolutionary, illuminating, and motivating, Intercessory Prayer continues to be a classic work after more than 20 years. This rich, biblical teaching is full of fresh insights showing how vital our prayers are and how God has always planned to work in partnership with us through prayer. As Dutch explains the nuts and bolts of prayer with wisdom, gentleness, and humor, readers will find inspiration and courage to pray for the impossible--and the persistence to see prayers to completion. 

A workbook and 8-session DVD are also available, making this book ideal for small groups, church classes, or individuals who want to go deeper on their own.

My Thoughts:
This book has sold over 600,000 copies and selling! It has been in print for over twenty years and will transform your relationship with the Lord as you seek him in your prayer life. I love the questions for reflection as they prompt my heart to go further and dig deeper! The author does a fantastic job sticking to scripture and doesn't sway from it. It is filled with practical and Biblical wisdom, which I appreciate! This is a book I really enjoy on prayer and have a few people I will be buying copies of this book for! Don't miss this incredible book! 

I give this book 5/5 stars. Thank you to Bethany House for providing me a complimentary copy for review purposes. I was not compensated for a positive review. 

Pick up your copy here!!

About the Author:
DUTCH SHEETS is an internationally known conference speaker, pastor and author. He has written many books, including Authority in Prayer and his bestseller Intercessory Prayer. Dutch travels extensively as a guest lecturer in various venues. He is fervent in empowering believers for passionate prayer and world-changing revival. Dutch is the senior pastor of Freedom Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He and his wife, Ceci, their two daughters and three dogs make their home at the base of the Rocky Mountains.

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