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Vendor: Living Ink Books
Publication Date: 2012
PRAYERS FOR TROUBLED TIMES
This book will help you turn to God in those unthinkable, difficult times when grief, loneliness, war, and terrorist attacks steal life's purpose. Times when problems threaten to suffocate you, when all hope disappears.WHEN WAR OCCURS
WHEN TERRORISTS ATTACK
WHEN A PARENT DIES
WHEN YOUR CHILD IS IN AN ACCIDENT
WHEN YOUR JOBS ENDS
WHEN YOUR SPOUSE WANTS A DIVORCE
WHEN CANCER THREATENS
WHEN ONE FACES A MISCARRIAGE OR ABORTION
One hundred and eighty-eight different prayers for those dealing with troubling situations.
You will find nine prayers for those dealing with illnesses and medical problems, seven prayers focusing on times of fear, seven prayers for the leaders of our government, nine prayers for those struggling in their marriage or facing divorce, nine prayers for those facing or experiencing death in the family, and a host of other needed prayers.
JEANNIE ST.JOHN TAYLOR lives in Portland, Oregon. She is a professional artist, a part-time private investigator, a part-time writing coach, a full-time wife and mother of three young adult children, but her first love is honoring the Lord with her writing. Jeannie is the author of How to Be a Praying Mom, 101 Stories of Answered Prayer, The Guilt-Free Prayer Journal for Mothers and numerous children's books that she has written and illustrated. Jeannie is a true believer in the power of prayer.
Nancy Russell5 Stars Out Of 5March 21, 2002Nancy RussellWhen you are so overwhelmed that you cannot find the heart or words to pray, this is the book for you. It is written by people just like you. They are hard pressed on every side but God has met them at their point of need through prayer.I highly recommend this book.
Barbara Martin5 Stars Out Of 5March 19, 2002Barbara MartinThese prayers encouraged me in my walk with God and gave me words to pray in several situations when I had none of my own. It was like having a seasoned prayer warrior praying along with me, showing me how.