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Conversations with the Most High

365 Days in God’s Presence

Jennifer Kennedy Dean

224 pages
Iron Stream Media
What would it be like to spend a year in God's presence?  Come find out. 

Provoking us to intimate, fulfilling conversation, Conversations with the Most High will help prepare the Christian believer’s heart to enter the throne room of God. A blessed resource each day, 365 devotions steeped in Scripture engage our focus and prompt us in communication with the God who gives us His attention. Peppered with quotes from notable historical pray-ers and experts on prayer, the short and timely narratives make for excellent discussion starters and listening gauges for conversation with God. Before Christ’s sacrifice for our sins, humanity had to rely solely on the high priest to go into the “secret place” known as the Holy of Holies and petition God on our behalf. Jesus Christ’s finished work on the Cross changed everything. Now, we, too, can enter the presence of the Most High God if our hearts and minds are prepared for worshipping and engaging in the life-changing conversation that He longs to have with us. Who would forsake such a privilege?
Author Bio
Jennifer Kennedy Dean was the executive director of the Praying Life Foundation and a respected author and speaker. Her numerous books, studies, and magazine articles specialized in prayer and spiritual formation, and her work Live a Praying Life® has been called a flagship work on prayer. With more than 25 published titles, some of her works include Heart's Cry, PrizedSEEK, Clothed with Power, Set Apart, Power in the Blood of Christ, Power in the Name of Jesus, Altar’d, and Conversations with the Most High, among others. Widely recognized as an unusually gifted communicator, Jennifer spoke all over the world, calling God’s people to discover the difference between a prayer life and a praying life. She served on numerous boards and committees for ministries focused on prayer and spiritual awakening. She will always be remembered as a respected voice in the area of prayer.