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40 Days: Prayers and Devotions to Revive Your Experience with God Book 2

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By:

Dennis Smith

$29.99

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What difference can 40 days make? 

A lot, if you’re praying. Join Dennis Smith on a 40-day spiritual journey that will change your life. As you commit to 40 days of personal devotional study and prayer, your prayer life will become more consistent and effective, your faith will grow as you witness answered prayers, and your connection with fellow believers will deepen. 

Each day’s uplifting devotional reading is followed by a related prayer activity and personal reflection and discussion questions. If you’ve longed for a spiritual breakthrough but didn’t know where to begin, start here. Smith will guide you through 40 days of practical biblical teachings that are essential for every Christian to study. 

In the style of Smith’s popular 40 Days: Prayer and Devotions to Prepare for the Second Coming, this book can help revive the spiritual experience of individuals, small groups, and entire churches. Find out for yourself what an amazing difference 40 Days can make

2 or fewer in store (can be backordered)

ISBN: 9780828025508 |

112 pages |

Pacific Press |

2011

Paperback |

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