The power of a praying woman ;Stormie Omartan
It may seem easier to pray for your spouse, your children, your friends, and your extended family, but God wants to hear your requests for your life too. He loves it when you come to Him for the things you need and ask Him to help you become the woman you have always longed to be.
The Power of a Praying Woman is just for you. You’ll find personal illustrations, carefully selected Scriptures, and heartfelt prayers to help you
- trust God with deep longings, not just pressing needs
- cover every area of life with prayer
- maintain a right heart before God
Each chapter concludes with a prayer you can follow or use as a model for your own prayers. Women of all ages will find hope and purpose for their lives with The Power of a Praying Woman.
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