- Paperback: 160 pages
- Publisher: Worthy Inspired (November 15, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1617957453
- ISBN-13: 978-1617957451
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.8 x 7.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #534,767 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Pray A to Z: A Practical Guide to Pray for Your Community Paperback – November 15, 2016
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About the Author
Amelia Rhodes is a speaker and author of Isn't It Time for a Coffee Break: Doing Life Together in an All-About-Me Kind of World. Amelia's writing has also been featured in four Chicken Soup for the Soul titles, devotionals for the OneHope blog Undeterred and the international devotional Upper Room. Amelia has a growing speaking ministry and speaks regularly to women's groups on topics of spiritual growth, friendship, and community, offering practical tools for living our faith in the everyday. She lives in Lowell, Michigan.
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Top Customer Reviews
A lot of times we want to pray but just don't know what to say. Amelia Rhodes has changed the way I think about prayer. What if we prayed for people by topic, going through the entire alphabet?
What I think is fantastic about this idea is that you can customize each list. Your list might not necessarily be the same as mine based on what is going on in your life and in your friends lives. You can definitely read through this book and use it in your own daily prayers. I would highly recommend reading through it even if you end up making your own list.
I thoroughly enjoyed the way the author broke up each letter of the alphabet. Each letter includes 5 topics. The first three topics of each letter are prayers of petition and the last two are for prayers of praise and acknowledgement of God.
I'm a big fan of books on prayer. Prayer is a vital part of our walk with Jesus and sometimes when we're struggling, we just don't know what to pray. I love the concept that Amelia Rhodes has created here. This would be a fun book to go through as a Bible study or Sunday School Class that is focusing on prayer. It's the perfect size to take with you everywhere you go!
I rate this book as 5 stars. I received this book for free from Litfuse in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.
My copy of the book has pages 49-96 repeated upside down between pages 48 and 49. I think it was just a fluke as I have not seen anyone else with the same problem. It isn't that big of a deal because all the pages are there in the correct order and these are just duplicates.
I got a free copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own and voluntarily given. No compensation was received.
The author does a fantastic job of offering 130 prayer topics organized alphabetically (5 topics per letter), everything from adoption and addictions to law enforcement, refugees and widows. I wasn't initially convinced that I would like the structure of praying from A-Z...I thought it was quite clever and that it might be a good idea for other people, but my own prayer life has always been so organic and responsive to the immediate needs in my life and the lives of those around me that I wondered if praying pre-written prayers for people I wasn't immediately thinking about would resonate for me. I couldn't have been more wrong. With each letter and prayer that I read through I found myself thinking, "Why haven't I been praying for this need, and this person, and this part of my community?!" In that sense I found it refreshing and convicting. I felt a renewed call to thinking "bigger" and outside of my own personal needs in regards to praying...in some cases the topics hit very close to home and in other cases not as much, but all of them felt relevant and important. I plan to leave this book next to my bed (or perhaps in the car for when I'm running the kids around!), pick it up on a regular basis and use it to help me start new conversations with God that I hadn't been thinking about on my own.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
After reading Pray A to Z, I am reminded of all the needs in our community that can be met through prayer (and whatever God leads me to do). In the book I was led to pray over different areas of need found in most communities. Each page consisted of a translated piece of Scripture, an area or group of people to pray for, and a prayer to get started.
Also included in the book are praise prayers. Oh how I forget to praise my Heavenly Father for all He is and does. With 130 prayer topics (including the praise prayers), I will be able to pray for my community (and praise God) on a daily basis without need for ideas of what to pray about.