“31 Prayers for Marriage” FREE for Kindle

Starting today, February 13, 2012, “31 Prayers for Marriage” is available for FREE on your Kindle device! This will be exactly like the promotion at the beginning of January for “31 Prayers for Courage,” but this time, it will only last for three days. That means you’ll have from 12:00am today, 2/13/12, until 11:59pm on Wednesday, 2/15/12, to pick up your free Kindle copy of “31 Prayers for Marriage.”

Remember, this means you can get a completely free copy of “31 Prayers for Marriage,” because you can get a completely free copy of the Kindle reader for your PC or other device. If you don’t already have one of those, then get one for yourself – available on almost any device, as well as both PC and Mac. Then head over to the Kindle page for “31 Prayers for Marriage” and download your free copy of that.

All this begins today, Monday, February 13, the day before Valentine’s Day, and it ends on Wednesday, February 15, the day after Valentine’s.

Celebrate this Valentine’s Day with your spouse by reading 31 prayers for God’s hand on your marriage.

Kindle Lending Library

I have decided to include the “31 Prayers” series in the Kindle Lending Library.

This has several important effects for readers.

First of all, if you have Amazon Prime, you may now borrow any of the “31 Prayers” books for free without late fees. Starting immediately. Completely free. Except, of course, for whatever you pay for Amazon Prime. Read more »

Review in WordJourney Magazine

“31 Prayers for Courage” has been reviewed by WordJourney magazine, and Matt Keegan has some swell things to say:

Merriam-Webster defines courage as the “mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.” That sounds like the typical Christian’s life, right? Courage is something that we want, but often don’t have. Our present circumstances may require us to have a courageous heart, but we may find ourselves lacking in that department.

And that is where God comes in: by responding to our prayers and petitions, He equips ordinary people to do extraordinary things. By your personal definition of extraordinary, those feats may not be big in anyone else’s eyes, but they are to you – instances where you have overcome doubt, fear or despair, and gained an important spiritual victory.

A number of years ago I was taught to pray the scriptures. That means when praying, I may include an appropriate verse as I praise God or ask for His guidance in a matter. I believe that incorporating scripture is important as it serves to do two things: it speaks truth as the word of God is true. It also serves to build up our faith, giving us the courage to face difficult circumstances.

Read more at WordJourney.com.