With 10 million copies of The Prayer of Jabez under his belt, Christian author Wilkinson emerges with a book designed to help people become delivery agents for miracles from God. He offers seven miracle keys: actions that release the miraculous in our lives. Peppered with stories of miracles in which he has participated or that he has observed, the book focuses on ways that people can intuit the leading of God to respond to the needs of others. The place to begin, Wilkinson recommends, is by believing that everyone you encounter has an unmet need that God strongly desires to meet supernaturally through you. Critics of The Prayer of Jabez will find similar problems with this bookthe suggestion that God responds to prayer with instant results and more than a whiff of a packaged program. In this volume, however, Wilkinson responds to previous criticisms of a self-serving theology by concentrating on helping readers make miracles happen for other people rather than for themselves. (Sept.)Copyright 2009 Reed Business Information.