By Jesus' example, we know that praying the Scriptures aloud brings powerful results. In this revised modern classic, Wesley and Stacey Campbell present a treasure trove of prayers straight from Scripture. Divided into 8 categories--including the prayers of Jesus, prayers of the apostles, prayers of wisdom, Psalms and more--this book gives you quick and easy access to 88 powerful, biblical prayers that speak to any situation in life.
New Edition of a Powerful Prayer Tool from Two Ministry Leaders
If you long for spiritual breakthrough, use the method as tried and true as the Bible itself: Pray the Bible out loud before moving into silent communion with God. By Jesus' example, we know that praying the Scriptures aloud brings powerful results. It can also provide focus and direction for your prayer life.
In this revised edition of Praying the Bible: The Book of Prayers, Wesley and Stacey Campbell take the ancient tradition of the prayer book and give it a modern twist. They present passages of Scripture that are actually prayers, divided according to eight categories--the prayers of Jesus, prayers of the apostles, prayers of wisdom, Psalms, and more. This gives you quick and easy access to 88 Bible prayers that speak to any situation in life. Each section includes an introduction and practical instruction on how to pray the specific type of prayer. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned intercessor, this unique prayer tool will lead you on a pathway to a deeper life with God.
"One of the most valuable tools that intercessors can use for prayer."--Cindy Jacobs
Wesley and Stacey Campbell (www.wesleystaceycampbell.com) are the founders and senior leaders of New Life Church (Kelowna, B.C., Canada) and the founders of Be A Hero, a mercy organization for children at risk. They are faculty members of Wagner Leadership Institute and work in coalition with Hope for the Nations. Wesley has taught internationally on Praying the Bible, and Stacey is founder and facilitator of the Canadian Prophetic Council. As conference speakers, the Campbells have ministered in over 45 nations. They have five grown children and live in Kelowna, British Columbia.