My Prayer Closet – new book by cominus

Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.My Prayer Closet will encourage you to live your life to the glory of God instead of focusing on building your kingdom here on earth. This pocket size reference is perfect for taking on-the-go; and the prayers are a great tool for daily recitals. The first sections are on prayer: Why we pray and what to pray for – selected verses on this topic from Scripture – and wrapping up with a section on my favorite prayers from Scripture. The articles in the book give insight into seeking God’s kingdom in prayer; what it means to do all things through Christ; taking hold of God’s kingdom, which is forcefully advancing; and worshipping the Creator instead of the created – and how the church is deceived on this matter in this day and age. The book is small but it is mighty. My Prayer Closet is a tool, loaded with Scripture, small enough to carry with you, to help you stay focused on the One who will bring you through this spiritual battle victorious. Get a copy for yourself and pick up an extra one for a friend.

64 pages and on sale at You will find the book challenging – because it presents Scripture as the foundation for the author’s observations – you won’t find any feel good, watered down Gospel here.

About the author: cominus

Cominus is the pen-name for Dean Isaacson. He was chairman of the Snohomish County Republican Central Committee (Washington) 1990 to 1992. He conducted legal research for the late Supreme Court Justice William C. Goodloe for several years and led Judicial Forum for many years. Now, he is a crazy kinda guy who spends most his time doing cold calls. He plays his harmonica in the truck because people don't want to listen to him practice - but his dog, Miles (black dachshund), loves to sing along. He is passionate about being passionate because everyone is really into passionate these days but tires easily and hides behind emails. His core belief is you will choose to serve God or you will serve the state - tyrants, as William Penn called it.

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