I’ve heard that it takes between 21 and 28 days to change a habit or start a new one. I honestly don’t care which is true, I just know that it will take time when I am trying to change my natural inclination to do something.
I’m not sure about you, but I have recently felt like my prayer life is not what it could be. Not that I feel pressure to add something or do something better, simply that my communication with the Lord is not all that it could be. So when She Prays came along I was excited to read through this book and see if it would start to shift my prayer life to a better place.
Debbie Lindell has written She Prays as a 31 day devotion book – to help the reader really focus on a better prayer life. This “better” is so unique to each and every person, it is not something we can check out with our friends or even family. This better is simply better for us. Ms. Lindell explores different aspects of our prayer life and our faith life and makes it easy to understand the simplicity of a life of talking with the Lord.
This is sweet book that can take you, the reader into a deeper walk with the Lord. Each chapter has a section to journal thoughts about the chapter or in response to the questions that are asked at the end. I enjoyed this book, and I think if you use this book to help you improve your prayer life over 30 days, it will be better and your relationship will be stronger.
NOTE: I received a copy of She Prays in exchange for my honest thoughts.
One of the most wonderful things about walking with God is that we can have an intimate and real relationship with him. But how do we know where to begin?
In She Prays, Debbie Lindell invites you on a 31-day journey to experience a confident and conversational relationship with your heavenly Father. Her desire is that your soul will be transformed as your confidence in prayer grows, and that your faith will be strengthened as you see God work through your prayers in ways you never imagined possible.