- Don't turn away. Pray!
You see them on the streets or the evening news. They may be close friends or family members. Or they can be men and women of power or prominence. They are the lost and the defeated — suffering in the grip of sin. But don’t turn away. Pray! Jesus lived among sinners and was moved with compassion for them. You can be too. When you share their pain and suffering as if it were your own, you see things as Jesus sees them. You can learn to pray for them with true understanding and sincerity. Larry Jackson shows how to relate with sinners on such a deep level that God’s power is released to overcome the enemy and lead them to Christ. For frontline intercessors, this book will renew and refocus your efforts. For beginning prayer warriors, you’ll learn to pray for the lost with the compassion of Jesus.
About the Author
Bishop Larry Jackson is the President and Founder of Frontliners Men’s Ministries, a ministry designed to bring men to the front lines of what God is doing! Bishop Jackson serves as the Senior Pastor of Bethel Outreach International Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Bishop Jackson is a regional bishop for the Fellowship of International Churches in the southeast region of the United States. As a regional bishop, he provides personal and ministerial support to each pastor under his jurisdiction. He also serves as the Vice President of Strategic Planning and is responsible for church planting and pastoral training.
Bishop Jackson had a pivotal role in establishing Unified 2000, a ministry designed to break down the denominational and racial barriers that divide the body of Christ. He is a national platform speaker for Promise Keepers men’s conferences and has also ministered across the nation and internationally as a keynote speaker.
Bishop Jackson is the author of several books including Guilt Free Living, and the co-author of Beyond Reconciliation with Pastor Michael Fletcher. He released his first CD, Hear Our Prayer, in August 2001.
Though we are mocked and ridiculed by a decadent culture, Larry Jackson challenges each of us to lay down our self-righteous fury and demands for justice, to come down from our moral high ground and minister to this lost world with compassion and prayer.
No intercessor or praying Christian should be without this book.