30 Days Of Praying The Psalms
Walk in the footsteps of a king!
King David is regarded as one of the Bible’s greatest heroes for one reason: he was a sold-out worshipper. Through all of his success, failures, and pain, David worshipped God with his whole heart. The book of Psalms provides a record of his songs to God-a window into his prayers as he wrestled through every circumstance across the full spectrum of human emotion.
David’s example is an important model for modern-day Christians, and his words in the Psalms provide powerful language we can use in own journey.
Psalmist and worship leader, Julie Meyer, has spent decades helping everyday believers encounter God through Davidic worship. By declaring and singing the Psalms, Julie has discovered that she is able to access that same open Heaven as David-a spiritual dimension where we are confident that God hears us (even when Heaven seems silent), we know that He’s with us (even when He feels distant), and that – whether we feel it or not – we can trust that the giant-slaying God of David is fighting on our behalf!
In 30 Days in the Psalms, Julie takes you on a prayer journey through 30 of David’s Psalms, equipping you with:
*Templates for powerful breakthrough prayers.
*Guidance for singing and declaring your way into an awareness of God’s Presence.
*Simple keys to lay hold of God’s promises for healing.
*Easy and comfortable language you can use when talking with God.
*The ability to make God your refuge through every storm.
Like King David, Julie Meyer has seen every type of need answered by singing and declaring God’s faithfulness through the Psalms. Now, discover how you can see the same in your life!
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SKU (ISBN): 9780768454581
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: August 2021
Publisher: Destiny Image
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