The Prayer of Jabez: Devotional

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Multnomah Publishers, 2001 - Religion - 125 pages
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Those familiar with Bruce Wilkinson's breakthrough teaching on I Chronicles 4:10 know -- offering the prayer of Jabez leads to the truly blessed life! Now you're ready to make that experience a life-long daily one. In The Prayer of Jabez Devotional the founder of Walk Thru the Bible Ministries takes you even further in a personal encounter with God's extravagant best for you. Daily readings, inspiring quotes, practical suggestions, and problem-solving will enrich your resolve to take more territory for God. This guided mentoring experience is a personal, thirty-one day spiritual resource to use with or without previous Prayer of Jabez publications.

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Heather Kopp
Heather Kopp is an editor, bestselling author, and a Narnia fan since childhood. Her dozens of books include the God's Little Book of Guarantees series and the bestselling The Dieter's Prayer Book. With her husband she co-authored the best-selling, Powerful Prayers for Your Family (Waterbrook). She enjoys biking, Vanagon camping, and Italian cooking, especially when followed with gelato. Kopp and her writer/editor husband, David, have five adult children and live in Central Oregon .
David Kopp
David Kopp was the founding editor of Christian Parenting Today magazine, wrote Praying the Bible for Your Life, and collaborated with Bruce Wilkinson as his writer on the bestsellers, The Prayer of Jabez, Secrets of the Vine, and other books. David grew up in a missionary family in Africa (where, as a "proper British schoolboy," he sang "God Save the Queen!" every school-day morning).
Martin French
Martin French grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and studied illustration and design at ArtCenter in Pasadena, California gaining his BFA in 1983. Martin has received many awards of excellence from American Illustration, Communication Arts, Print, and the Society of Illustrators. He has been awarded a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators/ New York and a Bronze Medal from the Society of Illustrators/ Los Angeles . Martin makes his home in central Oregon .

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