In a concise, and easy to read format Larry Jackson's, Numbered With the Transgressors, presents a unique look at the discipline of intercessory prayer. Rather than focusing on techniques, or "how-to's", he addresses the heart of the intercessor. The challenge he issues to those of us who intercede is to do so with a heart to identify with the one for whom we are interceding. The point being that when you pray with the person who is lost in sin, or struggling with a sin issue with an empathetic heart identifying with their hurt, you will pray with a new level of intensity and frequency.
The book issues a strong challenge to Christians to move beyond praying emotionless, and unfeeling prayers, to really seeking to identify with the hurts, pains, and frustrations of those for whom we are praying. Using Jesus Christ as the model, he urges Chrisitians to exhibit the same level of compassion for the lost that Jesus had.
The book was both insightful and challenging. It is a definite must read on the issue of intercessory prayer. It is a great companion book to "Intercessory Prayer" by Dutch Sheets, which goes into great detail about the fundamentals of intercessory prayer to a degree which this book does not.