Craig Groeschel is extremely consistent in the structure of his books. He likes to break things into “parts” with short chapters. Dangerous Prayers was no different. It was also classic Craig Groeschel talking about his past stories and teaching us what it taught him so that we can grow as he did.
You’ll find yourself first immersed in a prayer of “Search Me”. He shares stories of his shortcomings, having to ask God to help him get out all of the things that might be off, or even wrong. From there you’ll move to a prayer of “Break Me”. This is a tough one, so hang onto your seat. He builds a compelling argument for wanting God to break you through your trials, rather than praying them away. Finally, you’ll be praying that prayer of “Send Me”.
This book kept me going on every page. It never tired or got dull. It was a huge eye-opener throughout all three of the prayers. It’s also great for a book study and lends to hours of discussion. Grab this one!