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Pray the Word | For Seasons of Waiting Journal

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Pray the Word | For Seasons of Waiting Journal

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Pray the Word | For Seasons of Waiting provides encouragement for those who are currently in a season of waiting. This volume will help you look to the Lord in your waiting and cultivate your hope in Him!

  • Easy to Use | Simply read the pre-selected scripture and prompt, and then write a prayer in your own words.
  • Undated | Start anytime and complete at your own pace!
  • Beautifully Designed | Enjoy gold-foil details throughout and a satin bookmark to pick up right where you left off.

Whether you're brand new to faith or in need of a jump start, Pray the Word is an ideal companion for your study time.

THIS VOLUME IS PERFECT FOR... Those who desire peace, hope, and comfort in their season of waiting. Whether you have been waiting for something for a long time or just entered a season of waiting, this volume will help you cling to the Lord and trust His promises and provisions. Contains 60 scriptures and over 120 pages.

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Features you'll love!

  • Embossed cover with gold foil details
  • Similar construction to your beloved, classic Write The Word journals
  • First ever volume of it's kind focused on praying the Word
  • Includes 60 verses on waiting, endurance, patience, and hope
  • Includes prayer prompts for each verse
  • 124 pages

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Elizabeth Chan
Pray the Word: For Seasons of Waiting

I especially appreciate the pairing of the Scripture with the prompt to pray. This has helped me to focus on what to pray for.
THe amount of Scriptures chosen has enriched my understanding and increased my gratitude to the Lord’s mercy and provision.

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Nicole Contreras
Beautiful

I love the linen cover and the concept. It is simpler than the Write the Word format having 1 page per verse/prayer. But this is supposed to be simple and I really appreciate the beauty in the simplicity.