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This book does not to tell you how to get answers to your prayers. There are thousands of books like that. This a radically different book because it approaches prayer from God's perspective. Prayer is a relationship with God. When you understand how God answers prayer, then you realize prayer is all about trusting your heavenly father, trusting him to answer what is best for you, how it's best for you, and when it's best for you.
Divided into three inspiring sections and bite-size chapters filled with full servings of biblical goodness, you will learn about the following and much more:
God answers when you wait in his presence for the answer.
God can give you a vision of how the answer can come.
God answers when you yield to his will.
Use your faith supernaturally to move God's work forward.
God may allow an obstacle to tell you "no".
When God answers your prayer differently from what you expected, God may be saying, "No, I have a better plan for your life."
Well-known author and respected Liberty University dean and professor Dr. Elmer Towns sheds light on your innermost desire to communicate with your heavenly father and brings your relationship with him to an even more intimate level of love.
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By J. Monzo on 02-03-16
Let's Pray Now.
This book is a good foundation for those who want to know more about the power of prayer. While I have some personal theological differences with some of the content, the book largely is based on scripture, and there and many great nuggets to be found within.
The audiobook seems to have been formatted as some sort of Bible study, with the phrase "Let's Pray Now" being inserted into seemingly random spots in each chapter. While it wasn't a big distraction, the notion that a listener would pause the audiobook to pray about whatever topic was at hand, mid chapter, is a bit silly.
Mr. Clauson does a fantastic job of bringing both the anecdotes and sections of Scripture to life. I felt truly immersed in the various stories within the book solely because of Mr. Clauson's narration.