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Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2014
The key to seeing all your prayers answered is simplepray the words of Scripture back to God.
Since the Bible is God’s Word and it reveals God’s heart, you will become closer to the Lord as you pray the timeless truths of Scripture when talking to God. You are actually praying His Word back to Him.
With the Scripture presented in a fresh, contemporary version, The Paraphrase Prayer Bible will show you how to pray based on the Word of God. Throughout these pages, you will find verses that help you direct your prayers toward God in:
- Offering praise
- Making specific prayer requests
- Communion and intimacy
- And more
The Prayer Bible will help you connect with God in a powerful new way as you pray the Scripture back to Him, learn how to personalize the Bible, and watch the Word of God come alive like never before!
Dr. Elmer Towns, vice president of Liberty University, college and seminary professor, dean of the School of Religion, is also the author of numerous popular and scholarly works. He is the recipient of the coveted Gold Medallion Award awarded by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association for the Book of the Year, The Names of the Holy Spirit. He and Ruth, his wife of 56 years, have three children and ten grandchildren.
Dr Roy Zuck, who served at Dallas Theological Seminary for 40 years, was the Academic Dean, and Editor of Bibliotheca Sacra, a Theological Journal, and Professor of Bible Exposition. He authored many books, including "The Bible Knowledge Commentary." He and his wife of 54 years, who are now both with the Lord, have one daughter, one son, six grandchildren, and two great-grandsons.
BillPensacola, FloridaAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Prayer bibleSeptember 27, 2016BillPensacola, FloridaAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5love the concept of using the bible to help in praying. The main concept is very good, meaning that all characters in the bible prayed to God and this bible points out where in the bible there prayers are located. That helps in knowing what the character was facing when praying and what he or she prayed about.
Ge4 Stars Out Of 5God words in PrayerNovember 29, 2015GeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I have enjoyed The Prayer Bible. Praying the words of The Lord back to him for he is a God that can't lie. I love him & only want to please him. He has done so many things through pray for me. My conversation with God is prayer. Thank you.
sarg3 Stars Out Of 5Wished the Prayer Bible came in different versionsJune 22, 2015sargQuality: 3Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2I like the concept with the prayers but I prefer my version NAS bible. I do wish it was printed in differnt versions. I would recommend this bible only for the prayers that follow the scripture.
Sheri CookChicagolandAge: 45-54Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5Love the concept, suprised by errorJanuary 23, 2015Sheri CookChicagolandAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2I love the concept of this Bible, and have been deeply edified by how it promotes praying scripture as I use it in my daily devotions. What has me dismayed is that I have been finding errors in this Bible. There are word errors, such as using "alter" for "altar." There are mistakes in punctuation and plural, and wrongly calling Laban Jacob's cousin instead of his uncle (he's called uncle later). I've only been using this Bible a few weeks, and the list is getting longer as I go, so far more than a half dozen, and I'm not even out of Genesis. I would love to see this Bible re-edited, because the content is well worth the effort. I still will use it, because it is edifying, but I regret having given 3 copies as gifts before I knew about the errors. I would recommend it, with qualifications.