Prayer is not natural to many. Sometimes confusion arises on wording, where to pray, what to pray for, and how to pray when words will not come. Some take a mystical approach as if certain words or prayers are preferred by God. Is such confusion warranted?
In his book, Talking with God, Adam Weber gives some answers to these questions. Reading like a guidebook at times and an autobiography at times, Weber gives examples and thoughts on what prayer is. By so doing, the book tries to blow away the clouds of uncertainty and bring clarity to prayer.
I found this book a nice read but struggled some with the imagery used. I tend to lean towards book on prayer that are over a 100 years old. However, I do read current books on prayer for insights that I may have missed. I did not find such insights in this book. It may be a good book for those who are new to prayer but those who have been praying fervently for some time may find its content juvenile.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.