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The Prayer of Jabez for Women by Darlene…

The Prayer of Jabez for Women

by Darlene Marie Wilkinson

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"The Prayer of Jabez" as it can specifically pertain to women. I read the first one; I liked this one too. I will try it for 30 days and see what happens (that is the challenge). ( )
  Stacy_Krout | Feb 23, 2019 |
Subtitle: Be Blessed by God

This book is based on the Jabez prayer in the Bible (1 Chronicles 4:10):
"Oh, that you would bless me indeed, and enlarge my territory,
that your hand would be with me, and that you would keep me from evil."

I decided to read this book because I wanted to learn more about the Prayer of Jabez that the Bible talks about. What I found out is that God wants to bless us, not according to our worthiness but because we know He will answer our prayers.

Wherever you are is your territory to bless others and glorify God. God will use you to benefit others, bless others, according to His perfect plan. We need to remove our limits on what we can do and who we can become to glorify God. God wants us to have a bigger impact on the lives of others by expanding our network of influence to reach others for Christ.

On page 42, Darlene states a process to help us along in our Jabez Prayer:

*Ask God to let me do more for him.
*Aim to be available to those around me.
*Approach surprise encounters as potential Jabez Appointment.
*Acknowledge it's about God's agenda, not mine.

I believe that if we are tired, overwork and stressed we are not living the prayer of Jabez because God always leaves us exhilarated, not exhausted.

I would recommend this easy to read book to anyone who wants to feel like they are doing more for Christ as we are His Servants on earth. Darlene touches our hearts with personal stories that help understand why the Prayer of Jabez should be the first thing we say when we get out of bed each morning.

© 2011 Jackie Paulson All Rights Reserved ( )
  jackie1966 | Dec 18, 2011 |
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The phenomenal impact of The Prayer of Jabez is shown by reports of changed lives, expanded ministries, and spiritual breakthroughs among believers everywhere. Now women have their own unique version, shared by Bruce Wilkinson's lifetime partner in marriage, that is full of significance for women's roles and ministry opportunities in God's kingdom. A must-hear for every woman, whether she has read The Prayer of Jabez or not, this audio addresses important questions such as, How can a busy mom expand her territory without neglecting the most important territory she already has, her family? Darlene Marie Wilkinson's warm, personable approach reaches out to her listener, encouraging her to become like Jabez and experience the extraordinary life.… (more)

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