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The Power of a Praying Wife

Narrated by: Stormie Omartian
Length: 5 hrs and 33 mins
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Today’s challenges can make a fulfilling marriage seem like an impossible dream. Yet God delights in doing the impossible if only we would ask! 

Stormie Omartian shares how God can strengthen your marriage as you pray for your husband concerning key areas in his life, including... 

  • His spiritual walk 
  • His emotions 
  • His role as a leader 
  • His security in work 
  • His physical protection 
  • His faith and his future 

You will be encouraged by Stormie’s own experiences, along with the Bible verses and sample prayers included in each chapter. Join the millions of women who have been blessed by this life-changing look at the power of a wife’s prayers.

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  • glamour
  • 13-10-19

Great Book

This book definitely helped me in my marriage. I encourage all married ppl to purchase this book.

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  • 21-10-19

Narration is annoying

I was really excited to get this Audiobook, but I was disappointed in Stormie’s reading of it. The content is great, but she’s very over-dramatic and it’s not necessary. I know it’s proper, but it’s also annoying to hear her say “Quote” and “End quote” every time she reads a Bible verse. Listeners can tell when you’re reading a Bible verse without saying that. You can also just give the reference first.

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