Re On His Own Needs, January I have been praying the Prayer of Jabez for seven-plus years.
What does TPOJ stand for?
TPOJ stands for The Prayer of Jabez (bible)
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I cannot resist remarking that, without mentioning the recent popular interest in the Prayer of Jabez in 4:9-10 as a sort of mantra guaranteeing success in family and business, Klein notes that in context the prayer asks God to counteract what would appear to be negative connotations of pain and harm in the popular etymology of the name Jabez.
They have also, in effect, become outlets of choice for hundreds of sectarian books such as the phenomenally successful The Purpose-Driven Life or, a bit earlier, Bruce Wilkinson's The Prayer of Jabez, books that 10 years ago would have been essentially limited to sectarian bookshops as the principal means of accessing readers.
The Prayer of Jabez by Bruce Wilkinson Multnomah Publishers Bruce Wilkinson's promotion of the prayer of Jabez does not sit well with me.
The study of early Second Temple Judaism is often neglected in churches, but, with popular culture fascinated with a Left Behind theology and with The Prayer of Jabez as a bestseller, church leaders would be wise to delve into this volume.
Bruce Wilkinson's The Prayer of Jabez is the simplest of the three.
Multnomah Publishers introduced The Prayer of Jabez last year as part of its BreakThrough Series and claims that these are "little books" that motivate "big change.