We need to pray for reconciliation and restoration (the WHAT). We need to pray with an attitude of joy and peace from Heaven's perspective (the HOW) Combining these 2 books is a 2-prong way in which we can steward our heart and His purposes soundly and synergetically. As we dive into the Father s heart we are overwhelmed by His presence, the fullness of joy. From this place we begin to see from His perspective. As we see and understand His world we are compelled to intercede.We are now praying and speaking with fresh insight.We see that we no longer have to pray from a place of defense. Instead we pray offensive prayers from His presence. When we speak our petitions and most important our declarations into the atmosphere, authority and breakthrough come. From the intimate place with our Father everything is birthed. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ While, Andrew bases his chapters around the Coventry Litany of Reconciliation. Following the bombing of the medieval cathedral in 1940, the words 'Father Forgive' were inscribed behind the altar of the ruined building. The Litany concludes: ‘Be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ.’ Canon Andrew White is a peacemaker who has saved hundreds of individuals and communities through reconciliation. Before he left to serve in Baghdad in 2005, Andrew was director of the International Centre for Reconciliation in Coventry, England—the center of a network of over 250 "Cross of Nails" centers, which serve the cause of reconciliation around the world. Appropriate for personal reflection or as a tool to launch a strategic prayer initiative for reconciliation around the world, Father Forgive is packed with unique insights and profound personal experience.