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- Publisher: T4T Press (December 22, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 22, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019R1ZOU8
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Powerful Prayers in the War Room: How to Pray like a Powerful Prayer Warrior (Battle Plan for Prayer Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I'm not questioning Mr. Lancaster's sincerity or passion for prayer, but the book is tiresome to read because he repeats themes throughout the book to the point of being annoying. (Let me be clear: God's Word is not annoying, but reading the same instructions and ideas repeatedly is.) Lancaster's two other books (Simple Worship in the War Room and With Jesus in the War Room) are not any better.
If you want to learn how to pray, I recommend “Prayer, Praise & Promises: A Daily Walk Through the Psalms” by Warren W. Wiersbe, “Praying God's Word: Breaking Free from Spiritual Strongholds” by Beth Moore, and “Prayer: The Great Adventure” by David Jeremiah. These books are well organized, and they are refreshingly engaging. They will strengthen your prayer life immediately and continuously. But if you don't want to buy these books, just open your Bible to Psalms, Proverbs, and Ephesians. THIS is the real school of prayer, because you will quickly learn how to use God's Word to praise and worship Him, how to pray for yourself, and how to intercede for others.
This email breaks my heart. I have prayed and will continue. We do not have her name. He refers to her as his wife on the back of the book. This prayer request goes up on my bathroom door frame.
See you Wed.
Every knee will bow . . .
> From: email@example.com
> Subject: Letter from Daniel B. Lancaster
> Date: Mon, 29 Feb 2016 19:08:10 -0800
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Hi Donna,
> just today I received an email from the author of "Powerful Prayers in the War Room", Daniel B Lancaster. Remember the little booklet I gave you? He is asking prayers for his wife who has ovarian cancer. We don't know him personally but since we all belong to one body, I believe God impressed in him to ask prayer reinforcement from us. And God is giving us a burden to pray also for those who bless us with their writings.
> So we are Christ's ambassadors; God is making His appeal through us. We speak for Christ when we plead, "Come back to God." (2Corinthians 5:20)
> Here's his letter:
> Hi Melvina,
> Praying today finds you blessed and your prayer life stronger. I have been blessed by so many of the reviews on Amazon and wanted to say thank you again.
> A friend today encouraged me to write you and ask for your war room prayers
> for my wife. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer three months after we left the mission field. Satan just doesn't play fair.
> This is the most difficult spiritual battle I have ever fought, and I could use some reinforcements! So, as God leads, please lift a prayer up for our family in our fight (and victory) against cancer.
> Blessings and peace,
> P.S. In the midst of our struggle, God continues to bless the " Prayers in the War Room" book. Shortly, our publisher will be releasing it in Portuguese and Spanish, so if you have friends who speak those languages, be sure to let them know.
> Thank you Donna.
> Sent from my iPad
This book has changed my walk with God tremendously. I thank God for leading me to this book.
The book is short and sweet and has made prayer less intimidating to me. I recommend this book to anyone and everyone seeking guidance in their prayer life.
Today was the first time I prayed and it left me feeling so uplifted.
All glory to our might God!