Do you long to have a closer relationship with God yet struggle to find time to pray during busy days? Go deeper with your faith this month with the 31 Days of Prayer Bible Reading Plan.
What is Prayer?
Prayer is, quite simply, talking to God. If you aren’t in the habit of praying on a regular basis, it can be a bit intimidating. Check out this post which walks you through how to being a regular prayer time of communication with God.
What Does the Bible Say About Prayer?
Do you wonder what the Bible teaches about prayer? Learn more this month with daily Scripture readings that show you prayers in the Bible and God’s directions to you about prayer.
While there is no one right way to pray, there are different types of prayers.
Christian Bible reference suggestions these categories:
- Expressions of faith and trust in God
- Confession of our sins
- Praise of God’s mighty deeds
- Thanksgiving for all the good things we have received
- Dedication to serve God and other people
- Requests for our needs and the needs of others
Should I Pray the Lord’s Prayer?
Jesus prayed The Lord’s Prayer as a guide for us in how to communicate with God. Learn more about the Lord’s Prayer here.
The Lord’s prayer is a wonderful prayer to pray daily or you can use it as a guide and pray more personally about the topics of each section.
The Lord’s Prayer, from Matthew 6:
Our Father in heaven,Matthew 6
hallowed be your name.
Your kingdom come,
your will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
and forgive us our debts,
as we also have forgiven our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
Daily Bible Study about Prayer – Free PDF Printable
This free Bible reading plan will lead you through 31 days of learning more about prayer in the Bible.
Use the 31 Days of Prayer Bible Reading Plan to grow deeper in your faith this month.