Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | January 29, 2012

“Sometimes He Whispers, Sometimes He Roars”


“I encourage you to seek God first in His Word through prayer. Stay connected to Him on a daily basis.  Then go about your business.  And as you are going, watch.  Train your eyes to b alert for God at work.  Then listen for His whispers.”   So advises Marilynn Chadwick in her new release, “Sometimes He Whispers, Sometimes He Roars.”

Chadwick’s book is one of the best contemporary books on intercessory prayer I’ve read in a very long time.  Beginning with her testimony of how she became a prayer warrior following 9-11, Chadwick takes readers on a journey that will change their prayer lives forever.  Using simple and practical guidelines, she demonstrates the importance of prayer, the easiest ways to incorporate prayer into your daily life and the amazing results of answered prayer.

Not only does she teach us how to hear God’s voice, Chadwick also shows how the response to God and heeding what He says can lead to incredible opportunities to build your faith.  Also included in the book is a 21-Day Prayer Experiment, an 8-week Leader’s Study Guide, a special A-List of Prayer Lifeline Scriptures and an exhaustive list of resources for those who want to go even deeper.

The 21-Day Prayer Experiment is an opportunity to learn how powerful and awesome God is and prove that you can be the answer to someone else’s prayer.

Marilynn Chadwick is the cofounder and principal speaker of Women Under Construction, an outreach of Forest Hill Church and founded Seeds of Hope, a non-proift that provides education for kids with big dreams but limited resources.

“When you start praying for God to burden your heart for people that are on His heart, it’s rather like asking Him to give you a drink from a fire hose.  Amazing things begin to happen.”

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Simon & Schuster as part of their Book Review Blogger Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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