Thursday, September 20, 2012

Proverbs Prayers by John Mason

Experience God's wisdom as never before and find encouragement, peace, answers, and a better life through this devotional prayer book.

Many people read a chapter a day from the book of Proverbs as a regular devotional practice. They consider it their favorite book in the Bible because its daily practical guidance offers tools to make the right choices and have the inner strength to stand against pressure, size up a situation and know how to respond, make fewer careless mistakes, and avoid unnecessary trouble.

In these pages, readers will find a chapter from Proverbs followed by a heartfelt prayer that includes all of the insights from that chapter. In a mere thirty-one days they can pray all of the wisdom of Proverbs for their lives.

Summerside Press 2012

About John Mason

John Mason is an author with over 1.2 million books in print, including An Enemy Called Average, You're Born an Original- Don't Die a Copy, and Let Go of Whatever Makes You Stop.

He is the founder and president of Insight International, an organization dedicated to helping people reach their dreams and fulfill their destiny. John is in great demand as a speaker throughout the United States and abroad.

Learn more about John on his website:

Here is my review of this wonderful prayer guide:

First of all, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to John Mason and his publisher for sending me a copy of "Proverbs Prayers" to review for them. I am truly grateful for this generosity. I really appreciate the time, effort and expense it takes to make a reviewer copy available to me.

John Mason’s “Proverbs Prayers” is an incredible prayer pump primer. This simple book contains 31 chapters, one for each chapter of Proverbs. Each chapter contains the text of that chapter of Proverbs in the New American Standard Bible version and a corresponding prayer. I have read these prayers and spoken them aloud, and they have guided my own prayers to new places, adding a freshness and renewal to my prayer life. This book ends with a list of “Proverbs Principles”, which are key characteristics and how they relate to Christian character. This section includes Scripture verses and a brief commentary about the key words.

This book can be used beautifully every month as a devotional and prayer guide.

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