For those who are stuck in a rut, feeling powerless, and distracted in prayer. And for those who want to grow and expand their prayer lives. This is a practical prayer app designed to help you pray the Bible for your own life. It's not a book about prayer, rather it's an app of actual prayers from Scripture that you can start using right away. You'll be surprised by how beautiful, simple, and revolutionary this method can be.
Based on the book Praying the Light by Andrew Case, available on Kindle and paperback from Amazon.com.
"Many talk about the value of prayer, but few do it—it's a hidden work, not showy, seemingly not productive. Andrew Case's book Praying the Light helps. Case's thoroughly biblical prayers give you a 'track' to run on—they give shape to your prayers."
Author of A Praying Life
“Children learn to speak by repeating the words they hear from their parents. Similarly, we learn to pray by speaking God’s words back to him. In the spirit of Matthew Henry’s Method for Prayer, Andrew Case helps God’s children by putting the Scriptures on their lips as prayers to our Father.”
—DR. JOEL R. BEEKE
Author of Taking Hold of God: Reformed and Puritan Perspectives on Prayer
President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids
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“This book is a gold mine.”
Bestselling author of The Mystery of Marriage
“A great idea and a most helpful and welcome book!”
The Gospel Coalition
Crossway senior vice president and publisher
“God sees when women kneel in prayer for their husbands, and Prayers of an Excellent Wife provides the reader with all the scriptural principles and language needed to cover a man with powerful intercession—prayers so effective, they’ll resonate throughout his life.”
—JONI EARECKSON TADA
Joni and Friends International Disability Center
“Blessed is the wife whose husband offers prayers on her behalf such as those in this book. Blessed is the man who prays them, for by Case’s example he will learn how to pray through a passage of Scripture for anything, not just for matters regarding his wife.”
—DONALD S. WHITNEY
Author of Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life