Hope for the Praying Nation by Don Nori, Sr. – A Book Review

Hope for the Praying Nation – Petitioning Heaven for Change in Your Country

By: Don Nori, Jr.

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768409719,

$ 6.99, 2016, 152 pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake, richard330@yahoo.com

A Call to Prayer – Impacting Our Nation’s Destiny

In his book “Hope for the Praying Nation – Petitioning Heaven for Change in Your Country” bestselling author Don Nori, Sr. defines authentic prayer and describes a praying nation.

The book is filled with helpful instruction based on Biblical principles, and compelling challenges, including contribution from select writers relative to the concepts included in the book.

Don Milam, Jr., Discusses how history proves the power of prayer. Cleddie Keith provides instruction on the importance of using patterns in prayer, four levels of prayer, and discovering the power of prayer. Dian Layton specifically answers on how we should talk to God and on praying for government leaders, praying for the military, for our schools, families, and other important issues. Don Nori emphasizes the importance of the power of a praying nation, and our God ordained purpose in prayer.

Provision is made for journaling your own thoughts, prayers, prayer starters, or scriptures for further contemplation, meditation.

Nori has a unique gift for adding enlightenment to complex issues and concepts making them understandable.  “Hope for the Praying Nation – Petitioning Heaven for change in Your Country” is a timely, important, and relevant book for these uncertain times.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

 

 

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