100 Days of Prayer

Can you imagine what 100 days of prayer – the same prayer – looks like? I know that I couldn’t several months ago – before I received a copy of Your 100 Day Prayer from Booksneeze.

Right off the bat, Mr. Snyder dispels the notion that it is necessary to have hours long prayer sessions in order to be effective.

Your 100 Day Prayer

You’ll find the book is broken down into 4 broad topics and then further broken down into daily topics that reads almost like a devotional study with each day having a Scripture that is applicable to that day’s topic, some commentary, a guided prayer, and a space to journal your progress. One of my favorites is Day 20: Here for a Reason.

I cry out to God Most High, to God, who fulfills his purpose for me.

Psalm 57:2

The Transforming Power of Actively Waiting on God

That’s the subtitle to this book, and I have to say that I couldn’t agree more. Even though I haven’t finished all 100 days – and I’ve missed a lot in between days – I have been immensely blessed by praying a focused prayer for a long term. I’m not going to go into detail because I do think that each person’s experience will be different.

I think that you could do the same thing without the book and still be blessed, but the text definitely gave me some insight that I wouldn’t have otherwise had.

Even without a guide though, I encourage you – no, I challenge you – to pray a single focused prayer (for a need or want or anything really) and see how God blesses you.


Note: I was provided a complimentary copy of the book from BookSneeze for my fair and unbiased review. Some of the links within the post are affiliate links which means that should you purchase after clicking the link, I will make a small percentage – but, your price will remain the same.

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