This short page of 10 suggestions (“The Secret to Abundant Living: Learning How to Ask”) contains great ideas for young and experienced Christians alike for daily prayer.

Changing our lives can largely be an issue of changing daily routines. Whether we want to comply with a challenge popular in the secular media: lose weight, exercise more, pursue a New Year’s Resolution, etc– or do something related to our faith and religious experience, like draw closer to God on a daily basis through prayer… changing our routine each day and sustaining that routine is often the key.

This short, 1 page handout includes some valuable suggestions for doing the latter. (download as a PDF file)

Here are the versus suggested in step #1, hyperlinked to the English NIV version for convenience:

John 14
Psalm 23
Matthew 5:1-12
Romans 8:35-39
1 Corinthians 13
Psalm 91
Matthew 6
John 3:1-17
Psalm 46
Romans 12
John 15
Psalm 27
Psalm 103
Psalm 121
Isaiah 55
Luke 15
Psalm 84
John 1:1-18
Psalm 90
Psalm 19
1 John 4:7-21
Psalm 139
Luke 24
Psalm 130
Luke 18:1-17


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