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There is Power and Authority in the Name of Jesus, God sent His Son to give us eternal life. God also sent His Son as an example of His Love for us. We can take the story of Jesus and learn from the miracles that He performed. The Power of Praying the Miracles of Jesus is a devotional study on each miracle that Jesus performed, followed by a prayer for the day.
I pray that as each person reads this book God will ignite a deeper faith in each one of us, such that He is able to continue to perform miracles.
©2013 Glenn Langohr (P)2013 Glenn Langohr
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3 out of 5 stars
By Carôle on 04-10-15

Not quite what I was expecting!

I persevered with this book, because it was a book of prayer - but I must confess to not gaining much from it.

I don't want to nitpick or demur, although I will say that it would have benefitted from being read by a professional, rather than the author.

Perhaps an audiobook is not the best medium for this type of book. It's not a novel, and is probably meant for a daily brief sojourn, rather than a straight 'cover-to-cover' listen.

The book aims to pray you through the miracles of Jesus, but honestly, I can't see to what end? Some of the prayers appear to be repeated and on the whole, are not 'prayed' well. The brief introduction to the relevant miraculous event, and the reading of the relevant scriptural verses, are so similarly worded that, this also seems repetitious! Is it the book? Is it the narrator/author? Or is it the editing/production values? I don't know!

It may be just me, perhaps I need to rethink how I can best benefit from listening to this book but, on this first pass, I would struggle to recommend it in audio format. It might work better as a paperback. I don't know what I was expecting, certainly something more uplifting. I'm afraid that I didn't get it with this.

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