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Reviewed by Kathy Golden for Readers' Favorite
Psalms Warfare of Prayers: The Lord is Mighty in Battle by Mina Petersen is a collection of spiritually empowering readings filled with the comfort of some of the Psalms. This book contains thirty chapters. In addition, there are two beautiful illustrations. The first drawing invites readers right into Psalm 23 in a way that I won’t spoil by revealing. The second drawing captures well the desperation of those who read the related Psalm, seeking to become aware of just how protected and watched over they are.
One of the most blessed aspects and truly moving inclusions in this work is the Introduction on Prayer that is a personal and heartfelt appeal to the Holy Spirit. It is written in the first person so that readers, when saying these words aloud or silently, are calling upon the Holy Spirit for themselves. They will feel the sincerity of this appeal in their own spirit. They might even experience the rushing wind as they invite the Holy Spirit to flow through them. This wonderful request is accompanied by a drawing of the White Dove, symbolic of the Holy Spirit and of the beautiful place in the Bible that describes how Jesus saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and lighting upon him.
In this beautiful book, Psalms Warfare of Prayers: The Lord is Mighty in Battle, Mina Petersen has truly given readers a collection of prayers to help them always know that the Lord is mighty in battle and right there to aid them through the power of the Word. Each chapter has a title. Readers seeking the strength and deliverance so freely offered by the Psalms have but to read the title headings and allow themselves to be drawn by God’s Spirit to exactly which chapter or chapters can help bring them the spiritual victory they seek. I am glad to have read this book.