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The Power of a Praying® Kid Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-04-30 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 65 user ratings
ISBN:0736901221
LANGUAGE:English

" This is an awesome book. My eleven year old liked it and it was easy for him to understand so many aspects of praying. She was able to use information that really related to situations he understood. This even helped me to realize some areas that I have not thought to pray specifically about. " said.

"I LOVED this book. I sat down and went through this book with my children as a devotional. We all learned so much. My kids loved the fact that she had real comments from real kids about prayer and what they prayed about. She takes prayer step by step. It was simple but powerful and my children LOVED it. She helped them to think about and start them praying with confidence.

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" this one I read to my children and prayed over them also. " said.

" This book is great for children that are Christians. It not only talks about how are prayers are answers, but also how praying can make a difference in your life. It even relates to you personally by letting you write down your prayers and worries in the book. This book really helped me. " said.

" I love the way Stormie Omartian takes principles that I'm learning as a college student and putting them on a level kids not only understand but can do, and think it's fun. I wish I had read this/had this read to me when I was a kid. " said.

" If you have a kid (or kids) you would like to get praying - this book is really good to start discussion. I didn't totally agree with everything it said, but overall it was excellent.Recommended. :) " said.

"It's no secret that I love The Power of a Praying...series. I hasn't really been a goal of mine to read them all necessarily, but I can't help but grab whichever one applies to my current situation. I grabbed The Power of a Praying Kid and The Power of a Praying Teen for my kids' Bible class that I teach on Wednesday nights. So far we've only done the first two chapters but both classes went really well.

The Power of a Praying Kid is written in easy to understand words, phrases, and concepts so that even a child below teen years should be able to understand it. I love the simplicity of the messages provided in this book. Stormie Omartian set up this book to act as a sort of prayer journal for young children. I love the idea of starting children out early with focusing on their prayer lives. While this was something that I was told I needed to do as a child, I didn't really grow and cultivate my prayer life until adulthood.

The Power of a Praying Kid isn't very long at all, so it shouldn't be too daunting to children. And I think it will serve as the perfect introduction to the next book, The Power of a Praying Teen. Included in the book are short prayers from other children and sections about the answered prayers of various children, as well as common things children of this age group think and pray about. Also in keeping with the other Power of a Praying...books that I've read, Stormie Omartian adds Scripture at the end of each chapter dealing with that specific topic, a short prayer over the topic, and space for the child to add to the provided prayer.

My only complaint is the short section early on in the book where Ms. Omartian discusses "how to become a Christian." I don't agree with her breakdown of the process as Scripture lays it out. As I always say in my reviews of any kind of religious book, we must consult the Source and the Standard (The Bible) for the answers to any questions that we have. Because of this, I highly recommend this be a book that an adult/parent/teacher/etc go through along with the child/children instead of just saying, "Here's a book about prayer. Read it." It needs to be interactive with children of this age.

The Power of a Praying Kid gets 4.5 Stars from me. Have you read The Power of a Praying Kid? What did you think? Let me know!

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"with the amount of non sense going on in america, this is a great way to just educate your kids about the power of the prayer. step one is to teach them how to pray." said.

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