Dutch Sheets, D.D., is the senior pastor of Springs Harvest Fellowship in Colorado Springs, Colorado where he has pastored for ten years. He has served on the. Intercessory Prayer. With Dutch Sheets. If God is all-powerful, why does He need us to pray? If we pray and nothing happens, does this mean that God isn’t. Dutch Sheets has repackaged his classic Intercessory Prayer: How God Can Use Your Prayers to Move Heaven and Earth. Sheets caused me to examine my.
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Intercessory Prayer: How God Can Use Your Prayers to Move Heaven & Earth by Dutch Sheets
I received a free copy from the publisher. Essentially, it has good information and insights, but I sense it won’t be for all Christian audiences. His answer to the first question I completely affirm. Sheets wrote a book with a lot of seriousness, but he found a hy balance of throwing in funny little stories or rabbit trails at just the right time to help balance the book.
Started reading in ? There’s just something about people who are close to God. Aug 28, Abigail Sands rated it it was amazing.
Intercessory Prayer: How God Can Use Your Prayers to Move Heaven & Earth
Return to Book Page. Nov 26, Jackie rated it really liked it.
This product is unavailable or out of stock. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The book uses all three examples, so yay. Unfortunately, the book is also poorly edited, with English grammar and style like my writing i.
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In these stories, the dialogue was stiff and unrealistic. On the other hand, I think that as someone of the Reformed theology, we tend to go the other itnercessory towards fatalism.
That is not how language works. I read it, re-learned the basics of interceding for others, and prayed for my mother to be healed of her lupus. By far the best chapters.
This book will enhance your appreciation for the importance and power of prayer! I think my biggest complaint is a small one If your friend gets in a car wreck it’s because you didn’t pray for them? They have no power in themselves; yet, as I am reminded that God has worked mightily in my life, my faith increases.
It is written from a charismatic viewpoint but that didn’t really affect my opinion of the book one way or the other. It was too wordy with way too many root words that I didn’t care about.
It may be a fun journey, but you can see how problematic that method would be when applied broadly. Overall, I do like the book. Maybe I’ll get back to it one day when I have more patience for looking at Greek and Hebrew roots for words. I have memorials throughout my house that help me remember what God has done in my life.
Sheets caused me to examine my own prayer life in light of Scripture and my traditional understanding of prayer, miracles, and the will of God. I think, having read the book, I understand better why we must pray–God needs us to.
I enjoyed Dutch Sheets writing. I suggest people who read the book do so willing to set aside their own preconceived ideas and really study God’s Word. Some of what Dutch says will probably jar you, but I see nothing in this book that is contrary to scriptural teaching. Sheets uses so many verses from the Bible while explaining his standing was a huge plus.