The Prayers are a reflective translation of the sixteen revelations from God imparted to Julian of Norwich that define the Trinty, the Personification and the association between God and man's higher entity, with infinite discernment and benevolence. After experiencing the "Revelations" Mother Julian spent twenty years in reflection. After being imparted with "innermost enlightenment" she wrote her longer version of eighty-six chapters. It describes the rise of man's higher entity towards God; the various stages of the devotional life; the undertaking imparted by God in this evolution; and Mother Julian's perspective in consideration of God.
In brief the book is a translation into prayer reflecting on the sixteen revelations of benevolence imparted to Mother Julian of Norwich by Jesus Christ in the fourteenth century.