Setting Their Hope in GOD: Biblical Intercession for Your Children [NOOK Book]

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A practical prayer-book designed to help parents intercede for their children consistently and biblically.

What a treasure our children are, and what a privilege and responsibility Christian parents have to raise them to know, love, and serve God with heart, soul, mind, and strength. With "Setting Their Hope in God", Andrew Case has served parents well by providing a rich resource of humble, biblical, bold, and God-honoring prayers we can ...
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Setting Their Hope in GOD: Biblical Intercession for Your Children

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Overview

A practical prayer-book designed to help parents intercede for their children consistently and biblically.

What a treasure our children are, and what a privilege and responsibility Christian parents have to raise them to know, love, and serve God with heart, soul, mind, and strength. With "Setting Their Hope in God", Andrew Case has served parents well by providing a rich resource of humble, biblical, bold, and God-honoring prayers we can bring before the Lord on behalf of our children. How blessed will be the family where these prayers are offered, that our children may indeed set their hope in God.

--Bruce A. Ware, author of "Big Truths for Young Hearts"
Professor of Christian Theology
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

There are lots of `parenting resources' out there for Moms and Dads, on all kinds of important issues ranging from discipline to talking about sex to family vacations. One of the most important responsibilities of fathers and mothers, however, is to pray for and with their children. This book, drawn mostly right from Holy Scripture, can be a spur to your family to get off the couch and away from the television and on your knees praying for the salvation and welfare of your children.

--Russell D. Moore, author of "Adopted for Life"
Senior Vice President
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Our prayer is that God may use this book to motivate parents to pray for the next generations. The commitment of righteous parents to focused, purposeful prayer based on God's heart as expressed in His Word "has great power as it is working" (James 5:16). Use the introduction to inspire you to pray; and the prayers to inform your mind as you not only agree with them but also use them as a springboard for your own heartfelt prayers for your children, grandchildren, and a generation yet unborn.

--David & Sally Michael, authors of "Children Desiring God" curricula
Pastor for Family Discipleship
Minister for Resources and Program Development
Bethlehem Baptist Church

Andrew Case has provided parents with a powerful tool: the Word of God turned to prayer--specifically for their children. What a blessing it is to read that prayer is a reminder of our littleness and of God's greatness. That nowhere are we more helpless than in prayer. For it means we can begin where we are, as we are, today.
Soaked in scripture, interspersed with great quotes, this book will encourage, inspire, and strengthen anyone who wants to learn to grow in dependence on God, or--in other words--prayer.

--Sally Lloyd-Jones
Best-selling author of "The Jesus Storybook Bible"


As a father, I continually feel inadequate to the task of praying for the three precious children God has entrusted to me. I understand that I need to pray and I genuinely want to pray. Yet I am so often lost when it comes to knowing how. In Setting Their Hope in God, Andrew Case turns to the ultimate prayer book, the Bible, to craft prayers for parents who want to see their children turn to the Lord, to live for the Lord, to honor him with their lives. I am convinced that this book will prove an indispensable resource to many mothers and fathers as they seek to hold up their children before the throne of grace.

--Tim Challies

We Christian parents, to whom God has committed a holy trust of raising children, are often at a loss for words when it comes to praying for them. We long for their best, but how exactly to say it? And how to avoid the ruts of prayer into which we often fall and flounder? Here, in this fabulous book of prayers, the deepest longings of our hearts for them are expressed and then some. By themselves these prayers are but words--but may they be joined with faith and the Spirit's power, and prove to be truly efficacious! Thank you, Andrew, for this gem.

--Michael A.G. Haykin, Professor of Church History and Biblical
Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Author of "The Christian Lover" and "The God Who Draws Near"
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013182493
  • Publisher: Andrew Case
  • Publication date: 8/6/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 252
  • Sales rank: 685,722
  • File size: 844 KB

Meet the Author

Andrew Case grew up on the mission field in Oaxaca, Mexico, and is a graduate of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. In the future he plans to do Bible-translation overseas for an unreached people group. His joys include teaching, preaching, leading worship, dinosaurs, Hebrew, L.M. Montgomery, and song-writing. Download his music for free at www.HisMagnificence.com.
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  • Posted August 9, 2011

    This is the BEST help for praying for your children

    We know we should pray for our children but often we don't know how to pray. Enter this new book by Andrew Case. Using scripture, he crafts prayers for you to use to pray specifically for needs in your children's lives. Your children will be blessed. You will be blessed!

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