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Prayers of the Bible

Equipping Women to Call on God in Truth

Direct Price: $12.99 $10.00
Format: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 160
ISBN: 9781596383876
Publication Date 09/15/11

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Prayer is our direct means of communication with God. Yet many people are unsure how to pray. Is there a specific way to do it? Any examples we can study? Just where do you go to learn about prayer?

Go to the Bible; specifically, to the prayers in the Bible.

Susan Hunt guides women to explore prayers from the Bible, highlighting the overarching story of redemption that shapes these biblical prayers and equips us to know God's nearness and call on Him in truth.

She passionately believes that only a true woman can do this—so she lays out foundational, biblical principles of true womanhood, showing that true women are redeemed women.

Prayers of the Bible is an excellent study for women's Bible study groups. Each prayer passage comes with an outline, questions to focus your thoughts, a prayer story, practical suggestions for prayer, and suggestions for personal reflection.

A Leader's Guide is available for this book - HERE.


“There is nothing more freeing than bowing before the throne of grace to present prayers that have been carefully sifted through Scripture. Why? Prayers laced with Scripture and founded on God’s Word enjoy a warm reception from our Father in heaven—such prayers have power and importance. Would you like to be skilled in offering up praises and intercessions that have a welcomed audience with your Maker? Susan Hunt in this remarkable book gives a practical guide to the Christian who desires to bow lower and draw nearer to God in prayer. I happily endorse and heartily recommend Prayers of the Bible.”

Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni and Friends International Disability Center


The Author

Susan Hunt

Susan Hunt

Susan Hunt lives by writing and is the author of many bestselling books. She has degrees from the University of South Carolina and Columbia Theological Seminary and is called to speak each year at conferences around the world. 

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