Book Review: Your 100 Day Prayer by John I. Snyder

17 Dec

Your 100 Day Prayer, John I. Snyder, John Snyder, book review, devotional for crisis, devotional for crises, devotionalThis book has been a great help for me. It is really speaking to the circumstances we are going through. The daily devotional and prayer has helped me keep my thoughts and emotions focused on what God is doing through everything that is going on in our life.

Your 100 Day Prayer is good for anyone who is going through a transition or a difficult time. It will help you to know how to pray and grow in faith and trust in God as you are journeying through tough life realities.

The book focuses on growing closer to God through difficulties instead of just getting through them. Seeing your current situation through eyes of faith instead of feeling abandoned. Knowing that God is in control of everything and has a purpose for what you are going through. Thriving spiritually in tough times instead of sinking into despair.

I’ve been reading it daily and keeping a prayer journal based on the prayer for each day, and I’ve really been gaining encouragement from it. The doctrine is solid and agrees with Scripture. It is well-written, and I would highly recommend it – and even go so far as to say that it is a must for people who are going through rough waters. I would put this in the same category as Jesus Calling by Sarah Young. It really turns your thinking around and can be highly influential on your spiritual life if you let it sink in to your heart. Great book!

Thank you Thomas Nelson for sending me this ebook for review.

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