FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Reveals five elements of Hannah’s breakthrough prayer
- Empowers readers to get the last word over the enemy
- Equips readers to find joy and victory in God’s presence and experience the “thousand realm” of blessing
There is powerful breakthrough awaiting people who pray desperate prayers.
Using the prayer of Hannah as a model, Apostle John Eckhardt invites readers to a life of prayer that consistently sees results. Through biblical teaching and practical application, this book takes readers through the five key points of Hannah’s prayer that can help them remain steadfast in prayer.
• Getting desperate for God to deliver the answer to their prayers
• Persevering despite torment, harassment, and a broken heart
• Seeking the presence of God
• Making a vow to God and keeping it
• Prophesying and watching new things spring forth
When all options are exhausted and everything we were holding on to has failed, God steps in. He hears our cries and remembers His promises to us. He never turns away the desperate. The dreams and visions God has placed in the hearts of His people will come to pass, when we learn to pray desperate prayers.
This book will shake your world.
As I started reading, at first I thought this doesn’t really apply to me. I’m not going through anything major in my life. But the more I read the more I realized we should all be desperate for God because we live in a world that desperately needs him.
Sometimes it’s not about what we are going through but about what the world is going through. We can’t give up and think life is going to suck until Jesus returns. Our prayers can make a difference.
For me this book woke me and showed me that I have stopped praying for areas of my life or world because I haven’t seen movement and that isn’t okay.
The end of each chapter has declarations you can make that will be earth shattering.
I don’t often love non-fiction books but this one I loved. We all need to read this.
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A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own.