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Jesus: 21 Days That Can Change The Way You Pray by Toby Lofton is a Christian devotional book. The aim of the book is to teach us to pray as Jesus prayed. There are 18 lessons based on the prayers of Jesus. Interspersed between the lessons, there are five sessions that are looking back and application. While the book is written for a reader who already has a relationship with Jesus and is interested in improving their prayer life, the author realizes that someone who is not already a Christian might pick up the book. Therefore, the last section is a chance for any reader who is not a Christian to become one.
Jesus: 21 Days That Can Change The Way You Pray by Toby Lofton is a unique idea for a devotional book. I like the idea of going out into the community and praying blessings on the people I meet from day to day. I appreciated the idea of praying for a person ahead of time, to get them ready to hear about Jesus. I love the reminder that everything we do is supposed to be for the glory of God. I am glad that the author addresses a person who is not a Christian with enough facts about Jesus to enable them to follow through in becoming a Christian. I liked the list of ideas for praying so well that I have printed them out to put above my computer. I appreciated that the book is written in simple, everyday language.