- Daily devotional readings
- A thoughtful gift of encouragement
- A new year’s commitment
In these pages you’ll:
Explore a year of prayers in the spirit of aspiration, ofpressing on in hope and in full confidence in God’s unshakable promises.
- Be encouraged to form a rhythm and habit of prayer as you grow deeper in your relationship with Christ.
About the Book
E. Stanley Jones once wrote, “Pray by the clock if you cannot pray by the heartbeat. In doing so you will be fixing a prayer habit. . . . For, once the habit is fixed, the person is inwardly set prayer as a life attitude.”
Prayers for Ordinary Days is composed of 365 short prayers for both those forming a prayer habit and those inwardly set for prayer as a life attitude. Each daily prayer is accompanied by a Scripture verse, hymn excerpt, or quote that extends the spirit in which it might be offered by God.
Over the course of a year, these humble prayers will elevate your vision and spur you on toward a deeper and more meaningful spiritual growth.
About the Author
Howard A. Snyder was born to missionary parents in the Dominican Republic in 1940, but was raised in Spring Arbor, Michigan. A graduate of Asbury Seminary and the University of Notre Dam (PhD), Snyder has devoted most of his ministry to teaching, writing, and pastoral work. He has pastored in Detroit, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Chicago. In 2006, he retired from teaching history and theology of mission at Asbury Theological Seminary.
- Length: 365 days
- Page count: 219
- DVD accompaniment: No
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