Does your prayer time seem powerless? Do you long for an effective, exciting prayer life? Would you like to learn how to pray? Do you yearn for more of God? If you answer “Yes” to any of these questions, then It Is Written: My Prayer Journey into the Heart of God may be the tool you are looking for to begin a turnaround in your prayer life. Biblical teaching on different types of prayer together with actual prayers to follow will help you begin your own journey into the heart of God. And I also share some of my personal experiences in life.

If you have ever been confused by the many different terms in the Bible which refer to prayer, this teaching will help you to understand the difference between petition and supplication, requests and intercession. If you are at a loss as to how to actually begin a routine of prayer, you will find helps in this book to get you started. If you find yourself wondering what or who to pray for beyond your own personal and family needs, It is Written: My Prayer Journey into the Heart of God will guide you into a new world of prayer for others which will bring you much satisfaction and bless others as you pray.

One of the best ways to make sure you are praying in the will of God is to pray the scriptures. That sounds simple, but it may prove more difficult to carry out. One day the author heard the Lord speak this word to her: “If you pray My Word, you will be prepared to pray My heart.” This means you must know the word in order to be able to pray it without taking it out of context.

What is prayer? “Perhaps I should pause here to clarify what I mean by prayer. The most common perception, I suppose, is asking God for our needs. That is the visible part of it, but prayer is much more than a grocery list of our needs and wants. Prayer is a time to reflect on our personal lives; meditate on the Word of God and how it relates to our lives; pour out our hearts to the Lord; and listen for His voice in response. Prayer is moving in the Spirit of God, worshiping Him, just basking in His presence.” from It is Written page 7. “For years I struggled to develop a personal prayer time. I have come a very long way from my early days as a Christian when asked one evening to close a week-night Bible study in prayer. I wanted the floor to open up under me; I wanted the hole to swallow me up. I was embarrassed, with no idea how to pray, what to say. I had been born again only a couple of months previously, and the thought of praying in public was enough to make my knees shake, my heart pound and my stomach do flip-flops. I, who could never do anything in public without being filled with fear!

But as you may surmise, I survived, though to this day I have no recollection of the words I spoke. And I did more than survive. I have learned some very valuable lessons along the way, and prayer, public and private, dismays me no longer. I now want to pass some of these lessons on to you.” from It is Written page 5. As Christians, we are all called to pray.

The Lord is looking for willing and committed people to answer that call. If you want to be part of this global prayer team, read It is Written: My Prayer Journey into the Heart of God. Join the author and thousands of other faithful Christians in this journey and make it your personal journey into the heart of God. You will not regret it.

There is also a companion Study Guide available as well as two journals to keep notes. Forwarded by Pastor Cheryl Roach, The Gathering Place and Revival Centre in London Ontario and endorsed by Margaret Gibb, founder and director of Women Together.

You can find this book on along with a companion Study Guide, a Journal for Study Guide  and a Thanksgiving Journal for the challenge in the Thanksgiving section of the book.

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