Prayer Poems

Poems about Prayer

Prayer is communication between man and God. A family that incorporates prayer into their lifestyle are giving the ultimate gift to themselves. Life is difficult and suffering is an inevitable part of life. A family that prays knows that they can turn to God and be accepted and loved for who they are. Every human being needs to turn to God with his or her triumphs and failures and know that life is meaningful. A family that prays together has the ultimate support system.

Poetry describing prayer and feelings of spirituality.

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  1. Teach Me, Lord

    Prayer Asking To Be Taught By God

    Teach me, Lord,
    What I don't know.
    Show me which way
    And where to go.

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    Your poem is beautiful, Heather. You ask for what we need the most in order to be able to live for our Lord. We certainly need his guidance so we can be faithful, obedient, show grace and...

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  3. This Brand New Day

    A Morning Prayer

    This brand new day I go in faith,
    But I know not what lies in wait,
    So dear God, this morning I pray,
    Take control and lead the way.

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  4. A Gentle Breeze

    • By Laurie Swartzfager
    • Published: September 2011
    Power Of Prayer Poem

    As I sit here all alone admiring the view of an early sunrise,
    I tilt my head back and close my eyes.
    A soft gentle breeze crosses my face.
    I look around and enjoy the quietness of God's peace and the soft gentle pace.

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    Oh, I like this poem very much. It will continue to be an inspirational poem for years to come. Keep up the good work. :) It made my day and gave me tears of joy.

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  6. One Wish

    • By Lindsey N. Smith
    • Published: February 2006
    Prayer For A Mother Who Is Sick

    If I had one last wish to make it would have to be,
    that God would heal my mom and give her pain to me.
    For I've never seen my mom hurt so bad in all my life,
    I'd do anything and everything to take her pain and strife.

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    To my mother, Virginia Galvan, from her firstborn. I love you, Mommy, and I pray to God that you will be all right. I pray that he will be with you and make you strong like the person he...

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  7. To My Daughter After Rehab

    • By Jean Toomey
    • Published: January 2014
    Mother's Prayer

    I prayed for God to wrap His arms
    Around my little brown-eyed girl
    Asking Him to send His angels
    To protect her in this world

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    Hi Lou, I was touched by your story. I'm a recovering addict, clean and sober almost 4 years now. I'm also a 50 year old single mom. I think that a person will seek help, but only when they...

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  8. My Fallen Hero

    Poem Thinking About Deployed Soldier

    Life is given as a gift,
    So wonderful and new.
    We need to live it day to day,
    Being careful as we do.

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    The last stanza touched my heart, it provokes me and I recall that person who was very dear to me whom I have lost forever.

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  10. Have A Good Day

    Prayer Wishing The Best For A Friend

    May your blessings be many
    and your troubles be few.
    And may you feel God's presence
    in all you say and do.

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    The poet, Lenora, has reached the pinnacle of a wish. A human being flourishes within a society and he has lots to give to that society and not to forget he must have the bliss from God. The...

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  11. A Parent's Prayer

    • By Althea A. Anker
    • Published: February 2006
    Prayer For The Children

    Thank you, God, for
    The children of mine
    Who teach me things
    That blow my mind.

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    This is exactly my prayer for my two sons and for my upcoming baby. I am really touched by this poem. Love it!!!
    I have two sons, one of them is with me and my eldest is with my mom. As...

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  12. Give Me A Voice For My Healing

    • By Deehna R. Busby
    • Published: September 2015
    Poem About Being A Voice For God

    I need a healing for my soul
    Lord, give me a voice for my healing
    One that will cry out in the distance
    One that will ring out in the streets

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    The surrender expressed in the poem is the only way to get mental peace and strength in today's stressful life. Such wisdom generally comes very late in life and that too not for all. I could...

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  13. A Letter To God

    Poem About Feeling Lost And Finding Peace In Prayer

    Dear God,

    Can you hear me?
    Can you please take my hand?

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    I have been clean for 5 days and I am doing that myself. I see how you feel. I let God have the wheel. And he has all of my problems.

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