Any resource that encourages my prayer life, I’m a fan of. Whether reading a full book about it, having a small pocketbook (like this little guy) or having conversations with fellow believers. Prayer is something I know I can always dive deeper into!
Each morning when you arise, take a moment to talk with God about the day ahead. Ask Him to prepare your heart so that you can be ready to face any challenge that comes your way. 365 Pocket Morning Prayers can guide this time of life-changing conversation and help you express your needs and concerns to God. Don’t worry about what the day will bring. Instead, release your troubles and concerns into God’s care by reading and meditating on the prayers featured in 365 Pocket Morning Prayers. Begin your day in joyful anticipation, trusting that God is in control of your life and wants only the best for you.
What I liked about this pocket book is that it isn’t overwhelming. It provides encouragement and helps you with your prayer life. I won’t necessarily pray these prayers word for word, I lose focus in a matter of milliseconds, but I really appreciated reading his thoughts on each of the topics. They were encouraging and full of reminders of what it looks like coming before Jesus and did help guide me in things to pray for.
All that to say, I think this little book is an encouragement, no matter which way you decide to use it and it will continue to be a part of my daily devotionals.
Do you pray through written prayers of others? I don’t know what it is about older prayers, but I do love reading through those (Like Valley of Vision).
(Thank you to Tyndale for a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review)