Prayer Journal

Hi My Faithful Readers,

Do you love organization?  Do you love helping people?  Do you talk to God?  In the spirit of the recent holiday, I have a post for you!  Here’s a post about a Prayer Journal I created a while ago.  Prayer Journals are great for a number of reasons….

1.) If you’re like me, you promise a lot of people that you’re going to pray for them or their special intention.  Do you ever forget to do so and feel bad?  Write them down!  Then you can scan the list during your prayers.  <3
2.) Maybe you have trouble praying or coming up with things to say and writing it all out is easier.
3.) Have a place to keep your prayer cards or other loose religious papers you’d like to hold on to.
4.) Write down your favorite prayers.
5.) Keep track of the petitions… the things you’re asking of God.  Thank God for the prayers He’s answered!

You can actually use them however you want!  [Great thing about Journals]

As you can see, I wrote some of my favorite short prayers and quotes on the cover. ^^^^

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Miraculous Medal attached to the spine with a ribbon, St. Maximillon Kolbe Prayer Card (he’s the patron saint of my blog remember?  See my right sidebar). the Entry when I found out I was Pregnant (the school where I taught was closing at the time and Hubs just had a part time job), and a note from my dear Poppa who died when I was a freshman in college.  (He used a card we once gave him to write it).
See You Guys are in There!

By the way, if you have a special intention you’d like me to pray for, let me know and I’ll add it to my prayer list in the journal!!
 
Do any of YOU have a Prayer Journal?
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  1. Modern Day Disciple says:

    Hi Jamie!
    I love your prayer journal. I also am a journal person and actually LOVE to keep them, make them and write in them! I actually keep a special journal this time of year called my Thanksgiving to New Years journal. I also love scrapping and saving special prayers, quotes and images that reflect my faith! Very nice share! Dawn

  2. Annie@Letters to Mo says:

    Hi there! It's Annie from Letters to Mo. I actually was already a subscriber of yours when you found my blog!

    I love the idea of a prayer journal. It looks beautiful!

  3. I've been meaning to start a prayer journal. I feel like I'm in a time of tremendous blessing and grace… a prayer journal is a wonderful way to document God's impact on our lives and His answers to our prayers.

    Thanks for the inspiration… your prayer journal is beautiful.

  4. I just read a post asking for prayers for a high school boy fighting for his life.
    http://erickfam.blogspot.com/
    As I read it, I had the thought to put it in my tablet so I'd have a list for adoration. If nothing else, I will say a quick prayer right then.

  5. I really like your prayer journal! I have one… not as pretty as yours… but, I've found that it's really helpful to help remember people when I promise to pray for them. It's especially helpful when it's an ongoing prayer and not just a one time petition.

    Thanks for sharing yours with us! AND for linking up for #SundayFunday!

  6. Carrie @ My Favorite Finds says:

    This is beautiful. I really need to make one of these! Would you like to guest post this during my blog birthday celebration? If so, email me at foundmyfavorite@gmail.com

  7. A prayer journal is such a good idea. We use to have an "answers to prayer" book, but I haven't ever done an actual prayer journal.

  8. I have two inspirational journals. One for chores and one for my 'Dear Jesus'…(forget Dear Diary)…I've been journaling since a child and now I've also started to make inspirational journals for others and I have about four orders (yahoooooooo,,God is good, people are buying my journals now)to get out and a few more have come my way. I find it very relaxing making them and usually on my lunch hour I will write in my prayer journal. I love being able to look back through my older journals and see how the Lord moved and brought such healing in so many areas in my family and friends lives. To see in 'black and white' these prayers written out, and than look back and see how God answered them truly makes me stand in awe…Ephesians 3:20..doing more than I could have ever asked, imaged or prayed for. God IS good…All the time God is good. Blessings little sister of the faith.

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