40 Days: Prayers and Devotions on Praising God Book 9

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Dennis Smith


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Praise. Why is it vital to your Christian experience? 

40 days: Prayers and Devotions for Praising God is a 40 day study on the elemental aspects of praise. In today’s digital, social-media driven society, we are bombarded with shallow praise and those seeking it. When God asks us to praise Him, He is not after a cheap compliment.

True praise has so much more depth.  Like most things that God asks of us, praising Him is more for our benefit then His. When we truly praise God, we become part of something much bigger.

“As songs of praise are sung, as earnest fervent prayers arise to heaven …as the heart’s gratitude is expressed in prayer and song, angels from heaven take up the strain and unite in praise and thanksgiving to God.”   -Ellen G. White 

Are you ready for a life filled with praise?

Grab some friends and some extra copies of this book and in the next 40 days transform your life into a life of praise! You won’t believe what Praising God will do for You!

5 or fewer in store (can be backordered)

ISBN: 9780816365067 |

96 pages |

Pacific Press |


Paperback |

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