Your 100 Day Prayer: The Transforming Power of Actively Waiting on God

I recently finished a neat book from entitled: Your 100 Day Prayer: The Transforming Power of Actively Waiting on God. I really liked the concept of the book. The premise of the book is that we should take those big burdens of ours and choose to actively pray for them while we are waiting on God.

I must admit that I was a bit of a skeptic at first. People carry so many different burdens. How was a book about prayer going to be able to guide each person about how to pray about their specific need?

However, the more I read the daily readings it began to make sense to me. The daily readings are not long and can be read through in a bout 3-5 minutes each.

Some of the topics covered include:

  • Your 100 Day PrayerDon’t Worry
  • Finish the Race
  • Wait on the Lord
  • Wait in Hope
  • Nothing is Impossible

What is great about this book is that you can apply the daily principle to just about anything that you are going through. If you are currently facing a major issue in your life, then I have a question for you. Have you prayed about it? If not, will you take this challenge of praying about it for 100 days? Take the challenge and see what happens.

Disclosure: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. 

    Jonathan has been blogging since 2009 and is still in awe that the Creator of the Universe desires to have a relationship with him. His passions include spending time with his kids, reading, March Madness, surprise get-a-way trips with his wife, and watching funny YouTube videos.

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    4 thoughts on “Your 100 Day Prayer: The Transforming Power of Actively Waiting on God

    1. Thanks for sharing this book. I took a quick peek at the table of contents and really like the titles of each day. They seem simple and if you are right about the ongoing themes, it seems like a good book. 

      •  Thanks Jared. I really enjoyed it. Makes for a great devotional. Could be even a great gift for someone who is going through a big issue in their life.