Sadly, most of us struggle to set aside time to pray. But, fear not, this is not another book that will pile on the guilt, simply saying pray better and more often. Instead, Michael Reeves shows us not only why prayer is so essential, but also how we can enjoy it too.
Taking his cue from Calvin’s definition that prayer is ‘the chief exercise of faith,’ Reeves helps us understand that prayer should be a natural expression of our faith. Just as faith is awakened as we grasp the wonders of the gospel, so prayer follows as our hearts respond to these glorious truths.
Enjoy your prayer life is a delightful read; and as you turn the pages, it’ll show you that prayer doesn’t have to be a duty to be performed, but is rather a gift to be enjoyed.
It will nourish you! – Let Michael Reeves nourish and encourage your prayer life! I warmly commend this book to you. Paul E. Miller, Author of A Praying Life
Encouraging and helpful – No matter how well (or poorly!) your prayer life is going, you’ll benefit from reading this book. Mike’s book will help you see the reason for prayer and how it can, and should, be a great joy for us! Cory Ashton
Short but oh-so-sweet – If prayer just feels like a duty to perform, an activity to plan or a ritual to go through, let Mike Reeves lift your eyes to the Father in heaven who loves to hear his Son pray – and who calls us to join in. What a privilege, and what a great book to open up the heart of prayer – needy, dependent children coming to a Father who loves them and loves to listen. Highly recommended. Matthew Weston
A little book with a big impact on prayer – I enjoy what Michael has written and have taken delight from the lessons in this book. It has refreshed my soul and renewed my joy of prayer. I will add this to the recommended reading list this when I teach our young believers class on prayer. Enjoying your prayer life is a short book on prayer that may be read in one sitting. It is written in accessible language to the young Christian. I would suggest reading it several times and allow it to refresh you in your communion with God through the grace and joy of prayer. Read my full review at http://www.theology-matters.com/2014/03/16/book-review-enjoying-your-prayer-life/ Mark Alexander