Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | April 28, 2017

Praying through the Bible–Devotional Commentary

prayingScripture is full of examples of prayers that can add variety to our prayers and enrich our prayer life.  Some people have never had anyone teach them how to pray and others desire to improve.  God is pleased that we talk to Him and is not looking for perfection or a certain type of prayer.  However, our prayers can become less focused on content and more focused on God when we have a prayer plan.

Studying the prayers we find in Scripture can help us in our prayer life.  Markus McDowell’s “Praying Through the Bible-Vol 1” focuses on the prayers in Genesis through Joshua, and each chapter contains the passage, a study of its background, an exploration of its meaning and an application.

McDowell’s book is a great devotional and a great benefit to your time with God.  I am looking forward to more volumes covering all of the prayers of the Bible.  These will be great resources for my prayer time.

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