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Free Prayer Journal

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Free Prayer Journals

We`re on a mission to spread the gospel and want to help you in your relationship with Jesus Christ. That`s why we created this free resource tool, packed with scriptures, prayer prompts and more.

This beautiful prayer journal contains pages to take notes, draw, illustrate and reflect on your relationship with Christ. It can be printed to be used for travel or fitting right on your bedside table. You can also give it as a gift. Whether it's for group Bible Study or personal worship, this prayer journal is the perfect tool to build a stronger relationship with Christ!

Its an instant download printable journal, free to share it with someone you care about.

What is a Prayer Journal? 

A prayer journal is a book you keep to write and reflect on your thoughts about scriptures, prayers unto the Lord and your own experiences with Jesus- from what He is saying to what He is showing you and more. 

How do you use a prayer journal?

Once you receive your instant download you can print it out. If you have software such adobe PDF editor you can use it as an e-journal. Don`t be afraid to get creative. 

How do I get set up with my prayer journal?

This is the fun part. You can get as creative as you like. If you choose to print it you can add stickers, cut outs and even pictures. You can also cut out scripture verses that you choose. If you choose to use it as an e-journal you can use screen shot and snag it tools to clip photos, article and points you like. Use your prayer journal with a physical or virtual bible. 

What is the purpose of a prayer Journal and why do I need one?

If you struggle to pray regularly, a prayer journal can be a really helpful tool. By writing the date at the top of each new entry, you can see how long it has been since you last prayed.

If you see that it has been a while, it can really motivate you to pray more often.

There’s something different about writing down your prayers as opposed to praying them silently in your head. Like writing a letter to a loved one, writing down your prayers helps to express a greater depth of intimacy toward the Lord.

A prayer journal gives you a private space to pour out all your thoughts, feelings and heart cries, and a space to record anything the Lord brings to your mind as you pray.

When you go back and look at various prayers you’ve previously written in your prayer journal, it will help you to notice more easily how God has answered them.

You can even leave a space after each prayer to note a future praise report. Over time, you’ll be amazed at the record of God’s faithfulness that emerges before your eyes!

What is prayer?

Prayer is an invocation or act that seeks to activate a rapport with God through deliberate communication. Prayer refers to an act of supplication or intercession directed towards God. Prayer can also have the purpose of thanksgiving or praise. When we consider the etymology of prayer, The English term prayer is from Medieval Latin precaria "petition, prayer". There are several acts of prayer, many of which you can journal. For example, there are morning and evening prayers, graces said over meals, and reverent physical gestures, such as bowing of the head and folding of the hands. 

What is the history of prayer?

The concept of prayer is closely related to that of surrender and supplication. The traditional posture of prayer in medieval Europe is kneeling or supine with clasped hands, in antiquity more typically with raised hands. The early Christian prayer posture was standing, looking up to heaven, with outspread arms and bare head. The kneeling posture with clasped hands appears to have been introduced only with the beginning high medieval period. What ever your physical posture is keep in my that God is looking at your spiritual posture. In our prayer journal we talk about how you can approach the thrown of God in prayer approaches to prayer. 

What does the Bible say about prayer and who do we pray to?

Ahhh now this is our favorite part. Download the e guide to see scripture for scripture what the bible says and how you can pray to King Jesus too!

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Great Journal

Can’t believe it’s free. Thank you for the prayer journals. I got both versions.