31 Days of Prayer (Prayer Journal)
It takes but a few weeks to form a habit. Readers of this rerelease of 31 Days of Prayer can form a prayer habit that lasts a lifetime with this beautiful and practical devotional. Authors Ruth and Warren Myers show...
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It takes but a few weeks to form a habit. Readers of this rerelease of 31 Days of Prayer can form a prayer habit that lasts a lifetime with this beautiful and practical devotional. Authors Ruth and Warren Myers show readers how to grow in prayer, even if the amount of time set aside seems small at first. The book guides believers through prayer for thirty-one days, allowing for personalized prayer that reflects individual circumstances and areas for spiritual growth. Journal pages give readers an opportunity to record prayer requests or written prayers that cover specific concerns. 31 Days of Prayer leads readers step by step into praying about what is close to their hearts and God's.
You will find inspiring teachings from God's Word that will guide you to more vibrant spiritual health. The journal pages provide a place to record your personal prayer journey and insights. This book will actually lead you in prayer for a full month to help you create a new prayer habit that can last for years. 172 pages, hardcover from Multnomah.
Ruth Myers and her late husband Warren served with The Navigators in Singapore for many years, teaching men and women how to experience God and His Word. Together they coauthored several books and Bible studies, including 31 Days of Praise. Ruth lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
WARREN AND RUTH MYERS spent their lives teaching men and women how to experience God and discover His will, until Warren's promotion to glory in 2001. They collaborated on numerous best-selling books including 31 Days of Praise and 31 Days of Prayer and The Perfect Love and The Satisfied Heart . The Myers spent most of their adult lives ministering with The Navigators in Asia. 31 Days of Encouragement As WE Grow Older is Ruth's final work prior to her death on November 8, 2010 in Colorado Springs.