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Follow the examples of Rahab, Deborah, Jael, Esther, Ruth, and Mary - and learn to pray effectively for your family! Helping mothers access their God-given spiritual authority, Perry Stone shows how to defeat Satan's strongholds over your loved ones with petitions for protection, times of trouble, lost sons and daughters, the future, and more.
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Charisma House
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.69 (inches)|
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In the Bible God cannot resist the prayer of a godly woman, and a godly woman cannot resist communicating with God. Women's prayers have tremendous power to touch the heart of God, move the hand of God, change the mind of God, and attract the favor of God.
Perry Stone takes you on a tour of the prayer life of several women of the Bible to show you how to effectively pray for your family. Focusing on the story of Rahab, whose covenant with God was symbolized by a scarlet thread hanging from her window, he provides specific, practical prayers and examples that will help you access your spiritual authority to keep your family safe. You will discover:
· Four spiritual tools every mother can use
· Five prayers for when your family is in trouble
· How to prepare your children for their destinies
· How to pray your lost sons and daughters back home
· How to break Satans stronghold over your bloodline, and more!
Your scarlet thread is your faith that holds on to a promise when the town is shaking and walls are falling all around you. Your scarlet thread is your prayer that will protect your family from outside battles. Your scarlet thread is what you tie around your loved ones, holding the rope, sticking to your prayers and confessions, until you can lift them from the pits of despair and destruction. From one act of faitha scarlet thread in a windowa family legacy was forged. It is time to do the same with yours.
Emily4 Stars Out Of 5It's Very Perry!November 9, 2015EmilyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4Those who are familiar with--and enjoy--Perry's sermon style will love this book. Yes, it is that rambling!
I will save my rant about the literary style for later and list the strong points first.
Stone's 30+ years of honing his research skills shine through as he draws from history, archaeology, other academic disciplines, and even rich personal networking to add context to Bible passages. The result is that this books both instructs and encourages the reader to develop a higher-quality, more completed-faith prayer life. He keeps the book biblically sound by using a scripture reference (or two) on practically every page, and these are drawn from a balance of both Old and New Testament examples; yet he pulls this off in a supportive manner, and the reader never feels clobbered with Bible-thumping. From time to time, he throws in a scripture-geek factoid, which is interesting, but...
...but which also adds to the rambling style that I mentioned earlier. The rest of my review probably won't be a big deal to most potential customers, but if you grew up reading classical literature, "Scarlet Threads" is not that. It desperately (to my way of thinking) needed a strong editor. For example, on page 17, the topic sentence begins: "As I grew up in a full gospel denomination, I observed two prayers that were prayed every week..." The two prayers that he talked about are for (a) healing and (b) conversion. The paragraph concludes, "Miriam 'held on to the rope,' becoming a guardian of mercy, until her baby brother was in the hands of Pharaoh's daughter." Between the topic sentence and the conclusion of the paragraph, we have moved half-way around the globe, across 3500 years of history, from healing and salvation to guardians of mercy--quite a lot for a simple paragraph to handle! The phrase, 'held on to the rope,' is a reference to prayer, but not a prayer for healing or conversion.
Occasionally I'd find a typo, but more often I'd find a sentence that sounded as if it was dictated rather than written. Also from page 17: "Everything that emits from God contains life." If "emits" does not sound awkward to you, you will be able to enjoy this book on prayer. If it does sound as awkward to you as it does to me, you can still enjoy the book--but be prepared to sigh and say to yourself, "Oh that Brother Perry, he always said he grew up a redneck," because there is a thread of that running through the book as well.