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by Jim Beckman

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Author:
Jim Beckman
ISBN13:
978-0867168907
ISBN:
0867168900
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Publisher:
Servant; 65235th edition (March 20, 2009)
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Christian Living
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1494 kb
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4.2
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For anyone who desires to grow in their prayer life, this book will help them get there. Jim Beckman navigates a clear path through our modern culture and the deceptive tricks of the enemy.

For anyone who desires to grow in their prayer life, this book will help them get there. If you read only one book on prayer this year, God Help Me should be that book. -Archbishop Charles Chaput, . Ca. Archdiocese of Denver, and author, Render Unto Caesar: Serving the Nation by Living Our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life. He shows the reader how to develop great intimacy with God in prayer.

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If you want to know who you are and why you're here, start praying every da. -From Chapter One You're in your teens, your twenties, your thirties and you're wondering-does prayer have anything at all to do with your life?

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This book helped me tremendously and taught me how to pray not only with words, but most importantly with the heart. It is by far one of the best books I have read on prayer. Jim Beckman writes from experience and relates an all too common scenario. He explains how often those who strive to do great things in the Church and work tirelessly to serve others, fail to place an importance on personal prayer. They teach people how to pray, but do not pray themselves. They do not practice what they preach.

JIM BECKMAN is the executive director of ImpactCenter, a youth minister mentoring and consulting ministry based in Colorado. Jim and his wife, Meg, have five children. A passionate, dynamic speaker, he has been a host of Franciscan University of Steubenville’s summer youth conferences for more than twenty years and has served in various leadership roles in national youth ministry.

“If you want to know who you are and why you’re here, start praying every day.”—From Chapter One You’re in your teens, your twenties, your thirties and you’re wondering—does prayer have anything at all to do with your life? You don’t pray, at least not regularly, and you don’t really know how. On the other hand, if God is who he says he is, and if he communicates with us through prayer, as Scripture and the saints and plenty of ordinary people say he does, then clearly you’re missing out on something huge. Jim Beckman will not only introduce you to the wisdom and teaching of the Church regarding prayer, he will also provide tools that will help you achieve real intimacy with God. Nothing can replace that relationship with God, and nothing can get you there except the mysterious, unfolding experience of daily prayer.
  • The author makes a convincing case for why prayer is important. Not the usual fly-by prayer or devotionals but cultivating a practice to spend concerted time of quiet to listen to God. He also provides useful analogies which could give seekers who find alone time with God difficult a different perspective.

    The author is blessed by his own experience of spiritual direction and his knowledge of prayer and discernment the Ignatian tradition. The latter, discussed in the book, is clear and easy to follow. There are also testimonies from pray-ers who have benefitted from having a relationship with God through prayer.

  • This was a great book and the title of this book is what I felt . God Help Me . I needed this book at my time in my life. The seller was great. The delivery time was also great, Very Happy.
    Nancy

  • This book is phenomenal! The author makes straightforward and thoughtful arguments for the essential nature of prayer in our relationship with God and the challenges we face living in modern times. This book definitely gives you the push needed to renew your commitment to prayer and some extremely practical ways of doing so.

  • God, Help Me: How to Grow in Prayer

    Absolutely one of the best books I've read in quite some time on growing in personal prayer! Jim's interweaving of family stories with solid Catholic teaching makes the book very easy to read and hard to put down. I highly recommend "God, Help Me: How to Grow in Prayer" for anyone wanting to take their prayer life to a deeper, more enriching level.

  • What I loved most about this book was that it was not the author's opinion on how to pray, but an insightful look at what the Church and the Saints (especially St. Ignatius) had to say about prayer, contemplation, and spiritual discernment.

  • easy read and enjoyable

  • For any Christian wanting to learn how to have a deep relationship with Jesus. Rooted in the spiritual exercises created by St. Ignatious of Loyola. Will help Catholics and any Christian who is beginning to pray or has lived a life of pray.

  • So good! Practical, while deep and thought-provoking.