Book Review: “Pocket Prayers For Friends” By Max Lucado with Betsy St. AmantApril 12, 2016 at 8:33 pm | Posted in Books | Leave a comment
Tags: Book Review, Devotional, Non-Fiction
From the back cover: Some friends are closer than family. They weave their way into our lives, there to celebrate the highs and comfort us through the lows.
But it’s easy to forget to tell the special people in our lives how much we appreciate them
These forty simple prayers guide friends toward closer, more encouraging relationships that bring joy and serenity no matter the season of life.
Max Lucado tells us, “Prayer is not a privilege of the pious, not the art of a chosen few. Prayer is simply a heartfelt conversation between God and his child. My friend, he wants to talk with you. Even now, as you read these words, he taps at the door. Open it. Welcome him in. Let the conversation begin. “ “Pocket Prayers For Friends” gives us a devotional, by day, for forty days that are divided into meaningful categories. You want to draw closer to your friends this book is a great way to help you focus and do exactly that. Each day has a Bible verse and a short prayer to re-focus our attention on God and on our friends so that we may draw closer to them. This is one book you will be returning to over and over again. It is also a great gift to give to friends and family to help them with their days. I recommend this book highly.
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