I really like this book. My Pastor is doing a study group through this book. I decided to buy my own book and it is very well said. Myles Monroe is a great writer and bought a few as books as gifts to my friends from church.
This book will help the novice Christian as well as the person that has walked with God for many years. As the 88 year old in the Bible study that I conduct said, "I can always learn more about prayer." And she is one of the most wonderful prayer warriors I have ever met. This book will enhance your ability to pray and also how to think about what you pray about.
This study coarse will help you and your church understand the true meaning and method of prayer. Doctor Munroe takes you on a journey, once you start you can't quit till finished. I knew most of the scriptures, but the course enlighten me. Thank You Rev. Fischer
As usual Miles Munroe has out did himself with this book. He has a heart for God and wants us to suceed beyond our expectations especially in our prayer life. Prayer unlocks the door to our personal,private, and public life.
Myles Munroe's book is one of the better books I have read on prayer. I especially liked how at the end of each chapter he recaps all of the major principles. He also has suggestions for "Putting Prayer Into Action". This book is a good book to read if you need encouragement in going deeper in your prayer life. Munroe does a great job in explaining why believers prayers play such a vital role. One of the things he says is, "Prayer is an expression of mankind's affirmation of and participation in God's purpose for the earth." He also talks about how as believers in Christ, God has given us authority, and the importance of that. "Prayer is earthly license for heavenly interference." If you saw the Secret but wanted to understand its principles from a Christian viewpoint, then this is a good book to read. Munroe wrote his book several years ago, but what he says about faith coincides with the Secret. A couple of the things he says is, "Make room for your answer.", and "Faith is belief combined with expectation and action." As I said before I liked how at the end of each chapter Munroe gave a recap. I, however, didn't like how he gave step by step actions to follow when you pray. For example, "Ten Steps To Preparedness In Prayer" or "Twelve Action Steps To Prayer" It seemed more like a to do list, rather than about connecting with God and His will and purposes. Overall though, it is easy to look past the to do lists, because you will find a new passion and excitement for prayer after reading this book.