January 5


Prayer Bible Reading Plan

By Anna Joy

January 5, 2022

Prayer Bible Reading Plan: Help your kids discover the JOY of PRAYER with this FREE Printable Bible Reading Plan.

Prayer Bible Reading Plan: Help your kids discover the JOY of PRAYER with this FREE Printable Bible Reading Plan.

Teaching your kids how to pray is one of the most important things you could possibly teach them. But, how do you teach your kids to pray according to God’s will? How can you move them away from “God, please give me…” to deep, meaningful prayers that will change their hearts and lives? And, how can you explain to your kids when God answers a prayer with “No”?

You can teach your kids the importance and blessings of prayer by reading Bible passages that teach us all about it!

In just minutes a day, you can read through important Bible passages that deal with these questions and more. You and your children will also be able to examine prayers prayed by people throughout the Bible and see prayers of Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication.

This Prayer Bible Reading Plan includes:

  • The Lord’s Prayer
  • Daniel’s Prayer of Confession
  • David’s Prayer of Thanksgiving
  • King Hezekiah’s Prayer of Supplication
  • King Solomon’s Prayer for Wisdom
  • The Apostle Paul’s Prayer Requests for Pastors, Missionaries, and Teachers
  • Moses’ Prayer to Know God
  • and Many More!

If you are looking for a simple way to help your kids read the Bible each day, this is it! You don’t have to wonder what verses to read or where to go next. The work is done for you. Now you can spend time savoring God’s Word with your kids instead of trying to figure out what to read each day.

The Prayer Bible reading plan is perfect for daily reading through one month or for reading on your own schedule.

This Bible reading plan is designed for kids to use for independent Bible reading or for families to use as a read-aloud plan. It could also be used in a homeschooling setting, or for class devotion time at a Christian school.

To get your FREE copy, click the link below. Then, print the Prayer Bible reading plan in black and white or full color and use it each day. It’s that easy!

If you do use this Bible reading plan, I would love to hear how it goes! Please scroll down to comment.

May God bless you!

P.s. Would you like to give your kids a little more instruction on prayer? Help your kids take a deeper dive into the joy of prayer with these interactive Prayer Journals – available for pre-readers and early readers, elementary students, and tweens and teens.

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