Simple Prayer, Dramatic Life-Change
It’s a timeless prayer that produces timely results! Bruce Wilkinson takes readers to 1 Chronicles 4:10 to discover how they can release God’s miraculous power and experience the blessings God longs to give each of us. The life of Jabez, one of the Bible’s most overlooked heroes of the faith, bursts from unbroken pages of genealogies in an audacious, fourpart prayer that brings him an extraordinary measure of divine favor, anointing, and protection. Readers who commit to offering the same prayer on a regular basis will find themselves extravagantly blessed by God, and agents of His miraculous power, in everyday life.
Do you want to be extravagantly blessed by God?
Are you ready to reach for the extraordinary? To ask God for the abundant blessings He longs to give you? Join Bruce Wilkinson to discover how the remarkable prayer of a little-known Bible hero can release God’s favor, power, and protection. You’ll see how one daily prayer can help you leave the past behind—and break through to the life you were meant to live.
Story Behind the Book
When The Prayer of Jabez first released in 2000 and sold nine million copies in two years, Bruce Wilkinson’s mailbox was flooded with countless personal stories of answered prayer. God’s mighty hand was using the prayer to change lives in both small and dramatic ways. Such undeniable testimonies make it impossible to ignore God’s presence, active and alive today! This repack meets the demand that continues to ask for the original bestseller—now with a stunning new look!
Founder and president of Walk Thru the Bible Ministries and a regular speaker for Promise Keepers, Wilkinson has taken the prayer of an obscure figure in 1 Chronicles and analyzed its meaning for us today. The English edition of this book, published in 2000, has already generated a host of spinoffs, from an audio to a study guide to a journal.
Prayer of Jabez
A great prayer to receive God's wonderful gifts!
An a Easy Read
A very nice, simple book. I am not saying this to be condescending, just pointing out the fact that the prayer is straightforward and there is not much weight to the theology behind the prayer -- which is good! I enjoyed it.