She Prays by Debbie Lindell

If someone were to ask me about my prayer life, I would say “Oh it’s great!” I mean, I pray every meal, every night with my daughter and husband, and when I think of it throughout the day. Does that mean my prayer life is great? No! I think all of us need some encouragement to help grow in our prayer life, which is why I was really excited to read this book.

Thank you Revell books for my gifted copy in exchange for my honest review.

Synopsis: One of the most wonderful things about walking with God is that we can have an intimate and real relationship with him. He wants us to know him so well that we are comfortable talking to him about anything and everything. Yet, there are times when we feel disconnected and insecure. We desire to grow in prayer, but we don’t know where to begin, what to say, or how to listen for his voice. In She Prays, Debbie Lindell invites you on a 31-day journey to experience a confident and conversational relationship with your heavenly Father. She shows you how to replace the pressure to perform in prayer with a faith-filled expectation–trusting that God is delighted with every conversation and every word we whisper to him. Her desire is that your soul will be transformed as your confidence in prayer grows, and that your faith will be strengthened as you see God work through your prayers in ways you never imagined possible. 

I will be honest – I would keep staring at this book and tell myself “I don’t need to read this, my prayer life is fineeeee.” That lasted for quite a few days before I realized I was finding myself thinking about this book all throughout the day. That was when I realized that was God nudging me, telling me I needed to pick this up because it was just what I needed to hear. This is the kind of devotion I like – one where it really encourages you and gives tips about diving into the Word and what it really means. I loved this devotion and I’m so glad I got to read this. I can’t wait to pick it up again and learn from it all over.

5/5 Stars

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