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What is the secret to the revival of the church? The spiritual restoration of America? How can you renew your own relationship with God? It's prayer! But not your everyday "now I lay be down to sleep" kind of prayer. It is prayer that storms the gates of Heaven until things change. It is passionate, heartfelt, "I won't let you go until you bless me" pleading until you get an answer.
In The Daniel Prayer, bestselling author Anne Graham Lotz unpacks the ancient prayer of Daniel, a prayer that moved heaven and changed a nation, to help you unlock a powerful pattern for your prayers today.
Number of Pages: 288
Publication Date: 2016
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Many people today find that their prayers dont "work." And like a broken cell phone, DVD player, or TV remote, they throw prayer out as unnecessary "clutter" in their busy lives. Anne Graham Lotz has found that while prayer does work, sometimes the "pray-ers" dont. So she has turned to the prophet Daniel for help.
The Daniel Prayer is born deep within your soul, erupts through your heart, and pours out on your lips, words created by and infused with the Spirit of God quivering with spiritual electricity. Its really not an everyday type of prayer. Its a prayer birthed under pressure. Heartache. Grief. Desperation. It can be triggered by a sudden revelation of hope. An answer to prayer, a promise freshly received, a miracle that lies just over the horizon…
Join Anne in a thrilling discovery of prayer that really works.
This book will help readers pray effectively for their nation, for their families, and for themselves. She will answer such questions as:
- Does God only hear the prayers of good people?
- How do I know the God to whom I pray will listen?
- How do I know God cares about my prayer?
- How do I know God will answer my prayer?
- Why should I pray?
- Does it matter where I am when I pray?
- Are words in prayer all that matter, or does my attitude affect prayer?
- What difference does my prayer make?
The book also includes some of her original prayers that demonstrate the principles taught in The Daniel Prayer.
Anne Graham Lotz, daughter of Billy and Ruth Graham, is the president and CEO of AnGeL Ministries, a nonprofit organization that undergirds her efforts to draw people into a life-changing relationship with God through his Word. Anne launched her revival ministry in 2000 and has spoken on seven continents, in more than twenty foreign countries, proclaiming the Word of God in arenas, churches, seminaries, and prisons. She is also the award-winning author of ten books, including her most recent, The Magnificent Obsession.
Readers who yearn for the restoration of Americas cultural values will be tremendously inspired by Anne Graham Lotzs brilliant and moving insights. As one who has a deep desire to enhance the passion of her prayers, I find The Daniel Prayer to be an extremely powerful and motivational book that you cannot put down.
This book changed me. I will keep it open and go back to it over and over. It has transformed my prayer life. I have thrown my schedule out the window to fit on-my-face prayer time as the centerpiece of my every day. And this is the message for America! This is the only thing that could give us another chance. Its not too late. May King Jesus raise up at least one million warriors praying The Daniel Prayer.
If I enumerated a list of lessons Ive learned as a student and spiritual daughter of Anne Graham Lotz, it would not only be long but it would be topped with the importance of intentional, passionate prayer. The incredible book you are holding in your hands is a message near and dear to Ms. Annes heart---one she has lived and taught by example. This work will call you out of the doldrums of lackluster faith and beckon you to renewed passion for an age-old spiritual discipline that still has wonder-working power. Read it, yes, but dont stop there. Get on your knees and pray---intentionally, strategically, and fervently.
Praying confirms we know we cannot succeed without God---and its absence confirms the opposite. Were quick to denounce cultural depravity that would have been inconceivable a generation ago, yet how often have we failed to cry out to the One who can transform it? In The Daniel Prayer, Anne Graham Lotz has hit the bulls-eye: To become part of God's solution, we must learn to pray as Daniel prayed. He was the interceder for a dark culture in his day---will you be one in ours?
When Anne Graham Lotz speaks, I listen. When she speaks on prayer, I lean in! In this great new book, a preeminent modern-day pray-er explores the prayer of one of the Bibles greatest intercessors. It is a marvelous combination that promises to challenge, inspire, and convict its readers. I enthusiastically recommend it.
As more Americans are turning away from the Lord, my friend Anne Graham Lotz has written a timely book about the power of prayer. In The Daniel Prayer, Anne argues we can renew, restore, and revive our nation---if---we agree to start praying like Daniel. I wholeheartedly agree! In The Daniel Prayer we come to understand we too can live and breathe the amazing power of prayer.
I love this woman---her passion, courage, and listening ear. About fifty pages into The Daniel Prayer, Anne writes, You and I will never know how to pray in such a way that Heaven is moved and our nation is changed until we start reading our Bibles. With that, Anne takes us into His Word and explains from Scripture, personal experience, and the lives of others the whole process of preparing for, pleading for, and prevailing in prayer. Then understanding our frailty when it comes to prayer (dont we all feel it!), Anne gives us practical help and direction for praying The Daniel Prayer. In Daniel 9:23, God told Daniel he was highly esteemed---precious and that is what my friend Anne is to me. And that is what we can be to God if we will but listen, obey, and pray.
Anne Graham Lotz has obviously spent a lot of time in prayer because in her latest book, The Daniel Prayer, she speaks with an authority that is not her own, that is bold and compelling and beautiful. This book may change your life because it will actually make you want to pray. Imagine that. Its true.
America is in trouble because we have turned our back on God. Judgment is coming, and no earthly institution can save us. The only thing that will stay the hand of God from sending the destruction that we have brought on ourselves through our disobedience is prayer. With this book, Anne reminds us how a teenager-turned-prime-minister changed the fate of a nation through deeply intense and powerfully intentional prayer. The Daniel Prayer is an essential and timely read for a world on the eve of destruction. May we too, like Daniel, cry out, O Lord, listen! O Lord, forgive! O Lord, hear and act!
If you have a deep longing to see God move in our generation in an unprecedented way, then read The Daniel Prayer. It will break up the fallow ground in your heart, creating a yearning for God that only God Himself can fulfill. Thank you, Anne Graham Lotz, for this incredible book that has the capacity to lead us into a God-shaking moment in this world.
Read this book and you will discover that prayer is not simply a part of Annes life; it is her life. She explains why the prayer of Daniel should be our model for praying and, on that basis, allows us into her own heart, revealing her disappointments, her victories, and above all, her burden for our nation. As you read this book, let Annes burden become yours!
As a Jewish believer in Yeshua, the Messiah, as a son of the tribe of Judah and a direct descendant of the same Israelites who lived during the days of the prophet Daniel, I strongly recommend The Daniel Prayer. Anne Graham Lotz encourages believers to stand firm and never give up on God. It is within our spirits to pray and believe that the God of Daniel is the same today, according to His Word. Read this book and become a Daniel-like-minded believer!
Lee5 Stars Out Of 5The Daniel Prayer: Prayer That Moves Heaven and Changes NationsNovember 1, 2016LeeQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5This is the most exciting and provocative volume I have ever read on the subject of prayer. I've read a number of them. Anne presents in clear cut terms what prayer is all about. She tells you not only about prayer that achieves positive results but about prayer that changes you the pray-er. I wish every Christian could read this book and put into practice what they learn from it. I plan to work up a study plan to teach this book in a class or classes on prayer. It is a most excellent book on prayer!
Marian5 Stars Out Of 5Mrs. Lotz doesn't disappoint!September 19, 2016MarianQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I'm only half way thru the book but I'm enjoying it, even the difficult parts, a list of things that help you to identify your sins that you may not even realize you have. I'm looking forward to the end & hopefully some personal growth when I'm done!
.5 Stars Out Of 5the daniel prayerSeptember 9, 2016.Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5excellent read
Judy Matkins5 Stars Out Of 5AS USUAL.....August 22, 2016Judy MatkinsQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Anne Graham Lotz has done her usual good job of challenging us as Christians to live up to the standards God has set for us. This will make an excellent group study.
susanwalkergirlOrange, CAAge: 45-54Gender: female1 Stars Out Of 5Context, Context, ContextAugust 21, 2016susanwalkergirlOrange, CAAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 1Value: 0Meets Expectations: 1Desiring to learn what the Bible teaches us about prayer, I selected Anne Graham Lotz' newest book The Daniel Prayer. Unfortunately, after reading this book, I cannot recommend it because it's off base theologically.
One of the first things Anne should have noted was the importance of not taking Scripture out of context. But it wasn't until page 181 that she notes the "danger of taking God's Word out of context and manipulating it so that it seems to speak personally and specifically." But at this point in the book, she has already taken Scripture out of context and read into it and misapplied it many times, rather than reading what it says in context.
One of the phrases Anne uses throughout this is "prayer which moves Heaven." She uses it a lot. It seemed like she was substituting Heaven for God the Father. Heaven isn't moved, but God may be moved by our prayers.
Many times in this book Anne does eisegesis; she reads into the Scripture based on her own thoughts and ideas as opposed to exegesis interpreting the Scripture based on what it says in context.
Page 49 - "God reassured me from 1 John 2:27 that I had received an anointing from Him, so I was not to worry."
Page 54 - "Noah claimed God's promise of salvation by doing everything exactly as God said." Noah believed and obeyed God.
Page 58 - Anne tells about her daughter Rachel-Ruth calling her about the 276 Nigerian girls who had been kidnapped by Boko Haram. She found it significant that in Acts 27:37, the number of people on board Paul's ship was 276. "And we will pray until all 276 are safely home, either with their parents in Nigeria, or with their Heavenly Father." Feeling prompted to pray by a Scripture verse is fine, but taking that verse out of context is not good.
Page 61 - Talking about 2 Chronicle 7:13-15, "If a promise could be worn out from use, this one might be tattered beyond recognition. But promises cannot be worn out. They are just as valid today as when they were first issued." This verse pertains to the nation of Israel, not the United States of America. It is good when a believer humbles themselves and repents and but it's not good to take a verse context and misapply it.
Page 70 - Anne speculates about the time when Jesus took three of his disciples, Peter, James and John, and was transfigured in their presence. "The lesson God drove home to me was this: Had Jesus invited all twelve of His disciples to draw aside with Him for a time of private prayer? Did only three of them accept His invitation? Did the other nine give excuses...?" Anne is reading into to Scripture. None of the Gospels indicate that Jesus invited all twelve of the disciples.
Page 88 - Anne talks about the time she was speaking to the "United Nations General Assembly and presented the Gospel as the only way to have genuine, permanent world peace." The Gospel message is not a way to achieve world peace. The Gospel message is for individuals, calling for sinners to repent of their sins, believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and His atoning death on the cross which paid the penalty in full for their sins so that they could be forgiven. The Gospel message is for sinners to have peace with God the Father through Jesus Christ the Son.
Page 110 - "Ask Him (God) to give you experiences, as He did Daniel, that will help to build your confidence in Him." Is that scriptural? Or should we instead read God's Word and believe it and take God as His Word?
Page 125 - Anne references a book by Charles Finney and talks about preparing your heart for revival. She encourages believers to examine themselves for sin and shares a list of areas to look at from Finney's book. Isn't looking at our sin and repenting a good thing? Yes it can be, yet Charles Finney was not the most sound theologically. He denied our moral depravity and sin nature. He also denied God's sovereignty in salvation. His influence is seen today in the seeker-sensitive movement.
There were a couple (page 155 and 160) of times that Anne used Scripture verses and called them prayer, when in fact they were people talking to a Person who was there with them (the Lord Jesus Christ or an Old Testament appearance of the Lord).
Extra-biblical reference - On page 170, Ann shares from Jewish history about Honi who prayed for rain during a severe drought in Jerusalem. This prayer is not scriptural and it certainly does not seem humble, but instead is commanding the Lord.
On page 253, Anne is encouraging readers to pray The Daniel Payer. "Could it be that God wants to reassure you...and this book is God's message to you. God has heard your prayer. Heaven has been move and nations are being changed, one person at a time." Wow...that is a pretty bold for Anne to speak for God.
There are other examples I could list, but I think you get the picture. Don't take Scripture of out context. Don't take a promise that God made to an individual or nation and try to make it your own. You may be encouraged or strengthened in your faith and trust in God based on Scripture, but don't twist it or take it out of context.
Based on the above examples, and many more that I left out, I do not recommend The Daniel Prayer by Anne Graham Lotz.
I would like to thank BookLook and Zondervan Publishers for the opportunity to read The Daniel Prayer in exchange for an honest review. I was under no obligation to give a favorable review.
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