The Daniel Prayer (Paperback)Anne Graham Lotz
Join Anne Graham Lotz in a thrilling discovery of the Daniel prayer that will help you to pray more effectively.
Many people today find that their prayers don’t “work.” And like a broken cell phone, DVD player, or TV remote, they throw prayer out as unnecessary “clutter” in their busy lives. Anne Graham Lotz has found that while prayer does work, sometimes the “pray-ers” don’t.
The Daniel Prayer examines what prayer should look like in order to move heaven and change a nation. Looking more closely at the prayer the prophet Daniel prayed in Daniel 9, she answers questions like:
· How do I know the God to whom I pray will listen?
· How do I know God cares about my prayer?
· How do I know God will answer my prayer?
· Why should I pray?
· Does it matter where I am when I pray?
· Are words in prayer all that matter, or does my attitude affect prayer?
· What difference does the prayer of one person make?
Join Anne as she leads you into a greater dimension of prayer than you ever thought possible.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title Die gebed van Daniël
About the Author
Anne Graham Lotz is a best-selling and award-winning author of eleven books, including Wounded by God’s People. She is the president of AnGeL Ministries, Raleigh, North Carolina. Called “the best preacher in the family” by her father, Billy Graham, Anne speaks around the globe with the wisdom and authority of years spent studying God's Word. The New York Times named Anne one of the five most influential evangelists of her generation. To learn more about Anne, her family, and her ministry, visit www.annegrahamlotz.org
ByAnne Graham Lotz
Size152 x 229 mm
Number of Pages284 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
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