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This book contains a war-room prayer for girls and young ladies within the Christian, Messianic, Hebrew Roots and Melchizedek-Covenant faiths. Inspired by the Daily Prayer by John Eldredge (Ransomed Heart Ministries) it is written as a step-by-step guide and model battle prayer for young lady believers. This warrior prayer will help our daughters operate in their royal responsibilities and gain access to the Courtroom of Heaven to effectively present their requests to Yahweh (God the Father) and accomplish things for him and his Kingdom.
This book is simple--as in, It is a pick-up and pray-it book that offers young ladies a manageable and straightforward prayer that will inspire them to go into battle like a brave princess warrior. This is a prayer book, not a book about prayer. Thus, though you as a family are encouraged to study and rightly divide the word of Truth--complex theories, ideas and theology are not flushed out in this work and there is not a deluge of words for the young reader to swim through. Instead, it is an honest and straightforward read. Yes, there may be challenging ideas that assume the reader is on the same page as the author, but that is just an invitation to study the Scriptures for yourself.
Included in each chapter is a short 1-2 page teaching on what she will be praying in that section. Those are written in first-person as statements. Directly following that teaching is the actual Princess Warrior Prayer (what she says) in larger type. At the end of the book she will find the full prayer in one place for easier read.
A few of the topics include:
Promoting a simple understanding of the Royal Priesthood
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