A House of Prayer: Daily Devotional

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AuthorHouse, Nov 21, 2012 - Religion - 702 pages
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It is clear English reads scripture and prays often about everything in her life. Through this book, readers could build a daily habit of thinking aboutand talking to God aboutthe spiritual matters most important to them. -Melissa Wuske, Clarion Review Although the sheer size of this 702-page book may seem intimidating to some readers, English organizes the content into bite-sized sections, making it highly digestible. The writing is plain but honest and genuine, and readers interested in embracing a routine of daily prayer will likely find this book a useful tool. A heartfelt, thoughtful book of prayers, likely to inspire devoted Christian readers. -Kirkus Media LLC Christians believe that their faith is tested through trials, and author Avril English knows something about that, having suffered a lifelong disabling injury and breast cancer. In this Christian, non-denominational, 365-day devotional, it is apparent that her born-again faith is strong. -BlueInk Reviews

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For twenty-four years I have had a daily relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, absorbing the scriptures and gaining an ever deeper understanding of God’s love. Now it is time for me to share those prayers and the lessons I have learnt with others and to bring the blessings of God’s love and scriptures into their lives. As it states in James, I have experienced many trials and tribulations through reading the word of God, from being registered disabled to undergoing Radiotherapy for Breast Cancer which had a huge impact on my life and in the lives of those who love me. Throughout this time I relied heavily upon God to see me through and now I intend to encourage others to be more intimate with God and to use him as their source of strength and comfort. Avril lives in Berkshire, England with her husband Brian. They both enjoy spending time together, with their family, friends and with their daughter Katie and her husband Mike.

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