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The Intercessors Handbook by Jennifer Eivaz July 13, 2016

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 4:42 pm
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How to Pray with Boldness, Authority, and Supernatural Power

In a world full of desperate need, we turn expectantly to prayer, hoping to witness the realities promised in Scripture. Most of us, however, seldom see the results we hope for. Why don’t our prayers make more of a difference?

Beginning with her own experiences of breakthrough, Jennifer Eivaz offers much-needed direction and the biblical context for prayer that does make a difference–explaining the intervention of angels and demons, prophetic manifestations, and much more. She helps believers take hold of their authority and spiritual giftings and use them in the battle for victory. The Kingdom principles and study questions will help every believer navigate the spiritual realm of prayer by using the tools that make it truly effective.

My thoughts:

This is an extremely powerful book. The author does a great job of using her own personal experiences and those of others to give examples of how prayer has worked in her life.

This book will empower and encourage you to remember the power of prayer and the importance of it. I believe this is a very neglected area of our lives. If we fully grasp the magnitude of what our prayers can accomplish I think we would be it much more.

Toward the end of the book Jennifer says something every bold, but I believe to be very true. This is what she said: “Christians who do not pray or do not make an effort to pray as a church community forfeit their authority, not realizing they are the reason many people remain hell-chained in their communities with no other means of deliverance.”

Ouch, that is definitely something to think about.

I also like how she talked about areas we have overcome give us authority to prayer for that for other people. I never considered that before but I see truth there.

Visit Jennifer here.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through in exchange for an honest review. 


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