The Intercessors Handbook By Jennifer Eivaz: Book Review

The Intercessors Handbook 

By Jennifer Eivaz 

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First Person  


184 Pages

About the Book (Back cover Blurb):

How to Pray with Boldness, Authority, and Supernatural Power

In a world full of desperate need, we turn expectantly to prayer, hoping to witness the realities promised in Scripture. Most of us, however, seldom see the results we hope for. Why don’t our prayers make more of a difference?

Beginning with her own experiences of breakthrough, Jennifer Eivaz offers much-needed direction and the biblical context for prayer that does make a difference–explaining the intervention of angels and demons, prophetic manifestations, and much more. She helps believers take hold of their authority and spiritual giftings and use them in the battle for victory. The Kingdom principles and study questions will help every believer navigate the spiritual realm of prayer by using the tools that make it truly effective.


Why I Choose this Book: 

Prayer is a subject I’ve been working on studying, so this seemed like a good book to read through.

What I Thought About this Book:

Hummm…This is one of those books that is really hard for me to review. There were parts of the book that I really liked and agreed with. There were elements to spiritual warfare that were discussed that I think far too many Christians are ignorant about. There were inspiring stories and exciting answers to prayer.

The reading style was also easy to follow, and although I had to read the book in lots of short sittings (compared to all at once), it wasn’t difficult to understand what was being said. The author also used a lot of Scripture to back up what she was saying.

My problem comes in with the fact that I didn’t always agree with how she interpreted the verses she was quoting. Some parts left me shaking my head, or else wrinkling my nose, because I didn’t see eye-to-eye with her. There were enough instances like that, that I wouldn’t recommend the book, although I did learn a lot from it.


It was interesting to read this book right after reading Dutch Sheets’ book, and this book actually quoted Dutch Sheets several time. The Intercessors Handbook was helpful, and eye-opening, but I don’t see it being a re-read.


I’m giving The Intercessors Handbook 3 stars out of 5, and 6 stars out of 10. 

*I received this book free from Chosen Books in exchange for an honest review*

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