Furtick calls readers to have audacious faith to believe God for extraordinary things that seem impossible and improbable. He calls on Christians to quit playing it safe when it comes to praying. He speaks directly to the lack of faith we as Christians tend to operate in and how it is shown with our crutch and religious phrases about being God's will that we attach to our requests as if to give God an out or to provide and explanation if He doesn't respond.
The book was great in that it absolutely challenges the reader to reconsider what God can, will, and desires to do in His people if we would have the faith to stand and believe. Furtick explains the process of faith and what kinds of faith prayers God responds to. He offers explanations for possible reasons why some prayers are never answered, i.e. wrong motive, doesn't bring God glory, not able to handle the answer. He also writes a complete chapter about how to respond when God hears your prayer but doesn't do what you've been seeking Him to do. According to Furtick, these times should increase our faith that much more by trusting in His sovereignty instead of wrecking our faith as it typically does.
This was a great book that I would recommend to anyone who believes God can still do extraordinary things with ordinary people. I can definitely see a small group coming from this book!