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Poems About Prayer

The Word Will Speak
When running across beliefs we aren't familiar with or don't initially agree with, it is best to check them out in God's word.
A Nurse's Prayer
This seems appropriate for our world today as we find ourselves in the midst of a pandemic. Thank God for first responders! This was written in 1984 for my sister who had graduated from Nursing School. Technically, a newly-graduated nurse's prayer.
The Path of Prayer
This is a poem that, I hope, will serve as reminder of just how seriously God takes our prayers.
My God this Night
After a day of Spiritual Warfare, we have a blessing beyond all words - we are invited by the King of Kings and Lord of Lords to rest under His wings of safety.
by Annie B
The Final Breath Before Forgiveness
I read Psalm 32:1-7 and was deeply moved by the act of surrendering to the power of prayer, so I decided to write about the journey from feeling so broken and defeated and then moving into the realization that God is the way.
Answers In God's Time
I John 5:14-15 tells us, "if we ask anything according to his will, he heareth us:" In Matthew 5:22, it says: "And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive. God is a prayer answering God, in His time, His way.
The Secret place.
It's a poetic dialogue between a seeker and his God.
Be No More Sad
There are many things in the world that can make us sad, but when we turn to the Lord in prayer we can be restored to joy and gladness. Prayer is a great resource in the Christian life, and one that we need to often avail ourselves of.
Matthew 6:6“But when you pray, go into your room, shut the door and pray unto your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you. “