Book Review: A Guide to Prayer for All Who Seek God by Rueben P. Job & Norman Shawchuck

For those looking to break out of a “prayer slump” this is a very good place to start. I have used this book as a companion with me in my quiet time for close to a year, and it’s been very helpful in keeping me focused, theological, devotionally inclined, and most importantly – it has nurtured my walk in intimacy with Jesus.

The book is divided into The Christian Calendar:

–   The Season of Advent

–   The Season of Christmas

–   The Day of Epiphany

–   The Season of Lent

–   The Season of Easter

–   The Day of Pentecost

–   The Season of Pentecost

There are a total of 56 sections to guide you in meditation, prayer, and Bible readings for each day. One of the most important aspects of this guide to prayer are the sections for reflection – containing great writing with poignant theological, devotional, and practical insights gleaned from the writing of ancient and modern saints. I highly recommend any of the Prayer Guides in the “Upper Room Books” series.