Your 100 Day Prayer
by John I. Snyder
by John I. Snyder
I pray often over the course of my day. What John I. Snyder enabled me to do with his book, Your 100 Day Prayer, helps readers to focus their prayers around specific ideas. At the beginning of the book, Synder asks readers to identify one struggle that they're having to focus their prayer on. Each day of prayer opens with Scripture to consider throughout the day. In addition to the scripture is an explanation on how the verse applies to our daily lives. It closes with a basic prayer based on the verse. There is space in the book for the reader to keep notes on their reflections of that particular day.
This book moved me so far ahead of where I was spiritually. The focused daily prayers drew me closer to God as I learned about how to seek His will for me. Snyder's writing challenged how I view life and made me realize that I'm totally and forever dependent upon god and His mercy. There were some segments in the book that I focused on for more than one day because of their appeal and relevancy to my life. Through both scripture and his own words, Snyder helped me to realize that my burdens are meant to be surrendered to the Lord.
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I would recommend this book to anyone interested in developing themselves spiritually through prayer.
"Today, Lord, with your help, I'm going to put you first
and seek your perfect will in everything I do."
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