Gospel Gripped Fellowship Book for March: Developing a Healthy Prayer Life by James W. Beeke and Joel R. Beeke

March is coming up quickly–actually tomorrow. I am happy to share the book of the month. Developing a Healthy Prayer Life by James W. Beeke and Joel R. Beeke. The subtitle: 31 Meditations on Communing with God. Let’s take time to read this and post some insights from the Beekes and even our own insights. Let’s be a people of prayer!

Here’s the description found on Amazon:

Is your prayer life characterized by such things as sincerity, urgency, and delight? Engagement in prayer is a vital part of our communion with God, making a profound impact on our growth in grace. In this book, you will find thoughtful meditations on prayer in the life of the believer, as well as ample encouragement to cultivate this spiritual discipline in your own life. If you want to be more devoted to prayer, or simply want to assess the health of your prayer life, read this book. It provides both a helpful examination and a needed tonic for those concerned about growing in godliness.

What better way to prepare for Resurrection Sunday on March 31 than to saturate our lives in prayer? 

If you are on Facebook, you can join the Gospel Gripped Fellowship group and contribute to the conversation.  Otherwise, feel free to contact us via this website.  Let’s take time to pursue this discipline together!

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