There has been numerous times in my life where I have faced a situation where I wanted to pray , I needed to pray, but I didn’t know what to say. If this sounds like you, and for many of us it does, this book can help.
PrayerPoints is beautifully designed to help with any specific need you may have. No matter what season of life your going through PrayerPoints can guide you towards a closed relationship with God through prayer.
PrayerPoints – Praying God’s Promises At Your Point Of Need is a beautiful leather-like reference book that features almost 250 entries and addresses more than 170 topics we face on a regular basis from Abandonment to Wrong Choices. Almost any need or problem that we may have is covered with at least one entry. Some topics have several entries. I love that the book is pocket size, perfect for my back pocket.
The verses reflect God’s promises to us in the circumstances we face and offer biblical based prayers that help us pray to God regarding the situation, based on God’s Word.
At the back of the book there is a Guide To Prayer Topics and a Scripture Index that breaks down the topics categorically based on Emotional, Physical, Relational and Spiritual needs.
Some of the topics that are addressed in this book are:
Emotional: Abandonment, Abuse, Addiction, Loneliness, Past Hurts, Tragedy
Physical: Cancer, Chronic Pain, Financial Need, Sleeplessness, Unemployment
Relational: Alienation from Family, Being Bullied, Conflict, Death, Grief
Spiritual: Emptiness, Guilt, Lost Feeling, Need For God, Shame
Each PrayerPoint entry is short, leaving ample time for additional prayer and reflection. The Bible verses are opened up to shine light on the promises in them. All through PrayerPoints an intimacy between the reader and God is developed with honest sincerity.
Once I started using PrayerPoints, I found this book indispensable, both in my personal prayer time and in private ministry time with others.
I highly recommend PrayerPoints. 5 out of 5 stars.
My 4 year old grandson loves to have me read stories to him from my bible, so when I got the chance to review the new children’s bible published by Tyndale Publishers I was thrilled.
My First Hands On Bible with its flexible pink leather- like cover (it also comes in blue but his favorite color is pink), featuring the New Living Translation is absolutely beautiful. What I love about this bible is that it actually features the word for word text of the NLT bible. It’s not paraphrased or an author’s interpretation, it’s actual scripture. And, it’s beautifully illustrated. My grandson loved that he got to hear his favorite bible stories and also see them illustrated. He LOVED the pictures. It made story time so much more enjoyable and fun.
Throughout the bible there are interactive ideas, prayers, and “Jesus Connection” statements that help explain biblical ideas to your child. These things make this bible the perfect parent/child or grandparent/grandchild activity. It’s the perfect way to teach and share the word of God with preschoolers, prekindergarten, and kindergarten children (ages 3–6) while helping them build a solid faith foundation.
My grandson says he gives this bible 10 out of 5 stars and I agree!
I am blessed to have received a copy of this bible for free from Tyndale Publishers for review purposes. I received no other compensation and the review is my own honest opinion of the book.
Addicted to power and success combined with a string of poor choices led Dimas Salaberrios on the path to becoming a “Street God”.
STREET GOD (noun) A drug boss; the ultimate head of a major illegal pharmaceuticals operation who had reached king pin status; the “Don” of a thriving drug hustling enterprise.
Yo, that dude Daylight used to be a street god . . . He ran whole blocks and all the drugs sold and used in a whole territory led back to him.
Street God by Pastor Dimas Salaberrios is a riveting memoir of his desire to be a Street God on the mean and dangerous streets of Queens, NY and how events and people that cared for him showed him a new life with Jesus Christ. He went from Street God to servant of God!
Dimas doesn’t hold anything back in this memoir. Escaping death several times, doing time in New York City’s Rikers Island, one of the toughest and most notorious jails in the nation, dealing and doing drugs. No matter how many poor choices Dimas made on his quest to be a Street God, he now acknowledges that God never gave up on him and in fact was working to show Dimas that He had a better life planned for him. Dimas believes that angels were sent to protect him, others in his life provided messages to touch his heart.
His street name was Daylight. But he was a nightmare.
Dimas’s transformation from drug dealing on the street corner to smuggling bibles in to China shows us that God can use the least of us for His good. Remember, the greatest men in the bible were at times the worst until God became the focus of their life.
With Christmas right around the corner, this book would make an excellent gift for any young man. This is a definite 5 out of 5 stars!
As a worldwide missionary, teacher, and speaker, Pastor Dimas Salaberrios has shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ on every continent but Antarctica. He aided pastors in Kenya and smuggled Bibles to the persecuted church in China. In 2010, Dimas and his team provided over 50,000 tons of food, water, and supplies to Haiti after a massive earthquake and in 2012 he worked as a first responder to provide aid and deliver nearly $500,000 worth of supplies to super storm Sandy victims across NYC.
Partnering with Tim Keller and Redeemer City to City, Dimas founded Infinity NY Church, planted at the Bronx River Housing Projects in 2006. Infinity Bible Church targets at-risk, gang-ridden youth and has spearheaded numerous outreach events, discipleship groups, and weekly prayer walks, which have been a factor in virtually eliminating homicides and other violent crimes at Bronx River. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly credits Pastor Dimas and Infinity for the notable drop in crime.
Additionally, the Billy Graham Evangelical Association (BGEA) appointed Dimas to co-chair the Youth Committee in 2004, and serve on the budget and finance committee for their 2005 Greater New York Crusade. He coordinated the BGEA Prayer Breakfast, and during the Saturday evening service of the crusade he spoke to an audience of 100,000.
In 2012, Dimas played a central role in the New York City “Right-To-Worship” movement, which ignited cross-congregational prayer gatherings throughout the city and sought to protect over 17,000 church congregants from unwarranted eviction from rental spaces owned by the city of New York.
In October of 2013, Concerts of Prayer Greater NY (COPGNY) unanimously chose Pastor Dimas Salaberrios as its new president. He has served on the COPGNY Board of Directors for several years.
On weekdays, watch The Dynamic Life with Pastor Dimas on the Word Network and tune into his national radio broadcasts on Salem Communications. To find broadcast schedules, log onto http://www.pastordimas.com.
Dimas holds a Master of Divinity degree from Alliance Theological Seminary and resides in the Bronx with his wife Tiffany. They are blessed with three beautiful daughters: Shirley Ann, Dallas, and Skylar.
I am blessed to have received a copy of this book for free from Tyndale Publishers for review purposes. I received no other compensation and the review is my own honest opinion of the book.
Self-proclaimed “recovering idiot”, Kurt has been in pastoral ministry since 1976 and now serves as the Senior Pastor of Eastpoint Church, a vibrant, growing, and community-focused congregation in Spokane Valley, Washington.