Prayers that Avail Much for the Nations – Powerful Prayer for Transforming the World By Germaine Copeland – a Book Review

 

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake,

Partnering with God to Become an Agent of Change through Intercessory Prayer for the Nations of the World

Germaine Copeland’s book “Prayers that Avail Much for the Nations” provides the reader with powerful prayers for transforming the world and is a vital guidebook for becoming partners with God as agents of change in countries around the world in the midst of political upheaval, social injustice, and famine, and natural disasters.

The book is made up of five sections. Each section features a region of the world, country by country with powerful specific prayers. These prayers introduce the reader to particular areas of need in over 190 nations. Requirements may vary by region, including cultural differences, social issues, global causes, persecuted churches, those living under the threat of imprisonment for standing up for Christ and Christianity, refugees, poverty, and disease.

I was moved as the Holy Spirit unveiled God at work in our nation and the nations of the world giving a new perspective and worldview of my need to become involved in becoming a prayer partner with God; joining millions of others in daily, systematic prayers that will transform the world, and impact the ministry of world evangelism/

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

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768418163, $ 16.99, 2018, 190 pages

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