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According to Pastor Mark Batterson in this expanded edition of The Circle Maker, "Drawing prayer circles around our dreams isn't just a mechanism whereby we accomplish great things for God. It's a mechanism whereby God accomplishes great things in us."
Do you ever sense that there's far more to prayer than what you're experiencing?
It's time you learned from the legend of Honi the Circle Maker - a man bold enough to draw a circle in the sand and not budge from inside it until God answered his impossible prayer for his people.
What impossibly big dream is God calling you to draw a prayer circle around?
Sharing inspiring stories from his own experiences as a circle maker, Mark Batterson will help you uncover your heart's deepest desires and God-given dreams and unleash them through the kind of audacious prayer that God delights to answer.
This expanded edition of The Circle Maker also includes Batterson's newest insights on how God answers prayer along with stories that add convincing proof to the reality that God is able to do exceedingly far greater than all we could ask or imagine.
Now also available - The Circle Maker Spanish edition, prayer journal, student and kids' editions, parent editions, small group studies, video curriculum, and more.
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This book not only is amazing but it will help you see prayers in a totally different way. It will help you pray without limits. It will challenge you & open your mind to think outside the prayer box. If you want to move forward in your prayer life, want to be a leader in every aspect in life, and want to learn how to take off the limits on God..this is the book for you! Enjoy
Truly Powerful & Blessed
This book was absolutely written out of a prayer. So completely obvious. This book has deeply transformed my life and I plan on reading it over and over as a regular part of my life. ❤️
I just had this book recommended to me - my spiritual antenna were immediately up when it was introduced to us as coming from a book of Jewish legends. And during a time when God was not speaking. Being a Christian who lives under the New Covenant, and not a Jew, I immediately wondered how this fable was supposed to apply to me.
Having done some reading of commentaries on this book, as well as some analysis of it from some apolgetics websites, I would strongly - strongly - suggest examining the roots of this book and its beliefs. I am about 4 chapters in to the audiobook, and I already sense an awful lot of my works and effort in getting God to move, more of my own sacrifices, etc. than resting in what Jesus has already done, and walking in simple faith on Him and the receipt of the promises of God by faith in Him. Pray? Of course, but this "new" way, based on a Jewish fable, just does not seem Biblical. You can have "Honi" - I'll take Jesus.