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Friday, April 15, 2016

Book Review: If My People By Jack Countryman

If My People
Thomas Nelson Books.

Jack Countryman has assembled “A Prayer Guide for Our Nation”. Mr. Countryman has included 40 daily prayers each with two pertinent scripture passages and a devotional thought.  

Interspersed throughout these daily devotional readings are historical thoughts, some on basic questions people might have. They include statements about the price of freedom, and the power of prayer. He also includes short readings are from six former presidents-Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt, Kennedy, Reagan, and Eisenhower, and two evangelists—Billy Graham and Charles Finney.

I have shared this book with both of the prayer groups I attend. I would recommend this small (122-page) book to any prayer warrior, any pastoral staff member, and any Sunday school class or small group who seeks God on behalf of our nation.

I received this book free from Thomas Nelson through its Booklook Bloggers program. All they asked of me was that I give an impartial unbiased opinion about this book.


  1. This book sounds interesting, Cecelia. I appreciate the info on it. Have a wonderful weekend! :)

    1. Thank you, Karen: IT is really a good devotional resource. Blessings to you and yours.

  2. Hi Cecelia! You must have liked it, to recommend it to multiple groups. I think anything that gets us into our lives according to the Word is a good thing!
    Hope you had a great weekend,

    1. Ceil: I am keeping in on top of my coffee table within easy reach for when I get bored with television. Thank you for your kind thoughts. Blessings to you and yours.


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