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Prayer Experiment, The by Jay Dennis
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Prayer Experiment, The

by Jay Dennis

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This is book is based on Jabez's prayer in the OT. This book is not as bad as The Prayer of Jabez, but it is not all that great. ( )
  w_bishop | Dec 13, 2007 |
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A book that shows how the obscure prayer of the Old Testament believer Jabez can result in a process of life transformation in which God pours out his blessings on us and our churches resulting in a God-sized impact on our worlds.

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