Your 100 Day Prayer

Your 100 Day Prayer: The Transforming Power Of Actively Waiting On God

By: John Snyder

Your 100 Day Prayer: The Transforming Power Of Actively Waiting On God by John Snyder is pretty run of the mill. I tend to give pretty similar reviews to most modern christian books being released because they are so similar. I’m dying to read a book with something different that isn’t heresy. This is not that book. Do you read devotionals? Do you read books on prayer? If you answered yes to either of these I recommend you pass on this book. It’ not really a bad book. If you’ve never read a christian book it’s just fine (though I certainly would recommend a better book for your first christian book) but it’s just not good enough for someone who reads regularly. The book promises clarity about God’s provision and a mature faith. It does not and cannot provide either. Christian growth cannot be had through a quick fix get fit overnight type of program. The book promises too much. So it’s not all negative I recommend the book True Freedom by Oliver North and Brian Smith if you want a good book on prayer. This book is just another in a long line of disappointing christian books being released today. Sorry, just isn’t worth reading.

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