Monday, September 24, 2012

Christian Book Review - Proverbs Prayers

I've always loved bible studies. I love the act of sitting down each day to study one particular line or page from the bible. Since I was a teenager, I've grown away from doing that each day. I'm sure you know how it is, life just gets in the way, you find other things that you need to do. If studying the bible is important to you, you have to make it a priority. That is where this awesome book comes in.

Proverbs Prayers is a small, simple, but extremely powerful book. Each chapter has a selection from proverbs, followed by some of the author John Mason's thoughts. I found this to be a great way to start the day. The book is set up so that you read one page of proverbs a day, for 31 days. They say that it takes 31 days to develop a habit. Reading from the bible is a great habit to instill into yourself. Proverbs is a great place to start for many reasons. It is short and simple to read. The subjects have bearing on your daily life. You will find yourself thinking throughout the day about what you read. Something will happen and a line from proverbs will pop into your head. It is a great connection to make. Like the subtitle says, you will pray the wisdom of proverbs into your life every day.

Meet the author: John Mason is an author with over 1.2 million books in print, including An Enemy Called Average, You're Born an Original--Don't Die a Copy, and Let Go of Whatever Makes You Stop .

He is the found and president of Insight International, an organization dedicated to helping people reach their dreams and fulfill their destiny. John is in great demand as a speaker through the US and abroad. Learn more about John on his website:

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1 comment:

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