Sunday, November 15, 2015

Proverbs Prayers by John Mason

Proverbs Prayers

by John Mason
Experience the wisdom of God in your life as never before

The book of Proverbs is a wellspring of wisdom, offering practical guidance for life and the tools to make good choices, withstand pressure, prioritize relationships, and avoid unnecessary trouble.

Now bestselling author John Mason helps you make that wisdom a part of your inner life. For thirty-one days, he takes you through each chapter of Proverbs, unpacking the wisdom within and providing a heartfelt prayer based on the insights from that chapter. As you read and pray, you'll discover the principles found in this wisdom-packed book coming alive in your life in ways you may never have imagined.

John Mason is a minister, a popular speaker, and the bestselling author of many books, including An Enemy Called Average and You Can Do It--Even if Others Say You Can't. His books have sold nearly two million copies and have been translated into more than thirty languages. He is the founder and president of Insight International and Insight Publishing Group, organizations dedicated to helping people reach their God-given dreams. He lives in Oklahoma.

Here's my review of this prayer resource:

First, 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.
“Proverbs Prayers” by John Mason is a simple book that contains the complete text of the Old Testament book of Proverbs separated by chapter.  Each chapter of Scripture is followed by a sample prayer based on the content of that chapter.  And couldn’t we all use a little help praying sometimes?

What I like about this book is the sample prayers can be used as a springboard or a primer to get your own prayer words flowing.  If you need help coming up with what to pray regarding the topics in the book of Proverbs, this book would be a good starting point.

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