Review: Proverbs Prayers by:John Mason

Proverbs Prayers: Praying the Wisdom of Proverbs for Your Life

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One of the most popular books of the Bible, Proverbs offers practical guidance for life and the tools to make good choices, withstand pressure, prioritize relationships, and avoid unnecessary trouble. In these pages, John Mason helps readers make God’s wisdom a part of their inner lives, offering each chapter from Proverbs followed by a heartfelt prayer that covers the insights from that chapter. In thirty-one days, readers can pray all of the wisdom of Proverbs for their lives, experiencing God’s wisdom as never before and finding encouragement, peace, answers, and a better life.
My Review:
 In these days and times it really is a good thing if you stay in constant contact with God and prayer is how so many of us choose to do so. We have trouble going on all around us and it shows no signs of stopping any time soon. The author has taken it upon himself to take the book of Proverbs and split it up according to which issue we have at the moment in a way to help guide us through the process of pray.

 It is a very practical book and a good one to have as a go along with your daily Bible reading. It is a very easy guide to use as you just pray out what the author has already separated. It felt good to read some of those old Proverbs again. Especially my favorite Proverbs 31.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author. 

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