We hope that the
following links to Christian Prayers will provide spiritual comfort and
inspiration. Remember that these online, free words to Christian Prayers can
be printed and used to create a personalised Prayer book.
We hope you will enjoy the inspirational words via this
section dedicated to Christian Prayers.
These online words to Christian Prayers may be printed and used to
create your own personalised Prayer book with a personal collection of prayers which are suitable for different occasions. Choose from
our collection of Christian Prayers and the words which are inspirational, spiritual and joyful.
Collection of Prayers
The Christian collection includes Christian prayers for
Consolation, Christian Family, Christian Fireman, Christian
Friendship, Christian Funeral, Christian Life, Christian Love,
Christian Marriage, Christian Birthday, Christian Favor,
Financial breakthrough, New House, Nurse, Christian Sickness,
Christian Healing, Christian Actors, America, Christian Anger,
Christian Anxiety, Christian Bereavement, Christian Employment,
Christian Encouragement, Christian Farmers, Christian Focus,
Christian Friends, Christian Guidance, Jealousy, Christian Life
and Migrants. Other subjects include Miracles, Newborn Babies,
Pardon, Parents, Policemen, Rain, Redemption, Salvation,
Self-Motivation, Serenity, Sick Friends, Strength, Students,
Teenagers, Air Force, Church, Clergy, the Dead and the Disabled.
The well loved words of the Twenty-Third Psalm and the
Magnificat have also been included.
About the Christian
The selection of texts are specifically for the Christian
community. For those who believe and practice the religion of
Christianity which is based on the Old Testament and the
teachings of Jesus as embodied in the New Testament and
emphasizing the role of Jesus as savior. Christians believe
Jesus to be the Son of God and the Messiah prophesied in the Old
Testament. Christianity is the world's biggest religion, with
about 2.1 billion followers worldwide. and is based on the
teachings of Jesus Christ who lived in the Holy Land 2,000 years
ago. A Christian is a religious person who believes Jesus is the
Christ and who is a member of a Christian denomination.
Christianity began as a Jewish sect and Christians accept the
Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament as a part of its scriptures.
There are some important differences in interpretation and
opinion, Christians in the Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic,
Protestant and other traditions share a common faith. Central to
the Christian belief is that, through the death and resurrection
of Jesus, sinful humans can be reconciled to God and thereby are
offered salvation and the promise of eternal life.
The worship and prayers of
Christians acknowledge God as the Source of all our help. Our
needs are necessarily in our minds when we pray. We think of
them in order to ask Him to help us; and we think of them again
when we thank Him for the help which we have already had. Forms
of worship should, if possible, unite the most diverse features
of character, occupation, danger, trial, suffering and joy.
and Prayers - Our Father, The Lord's Prayer
The words are as follows:
Our Father who art in
Hallowed be Thy Name;
Thy kingdom come;
Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven;
Give us this day our daily bread;
And forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass
And lead us not into temptation;
But deliver us from evil;
For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever
The words suggest the
Hallowed be Thy
Name................Ask for Reverence
Thy will be
Give us our daily
bread.................Support, Health, Teaching, Communion
The greatest thing any
one can do for God and for man is to pray. It is not the only
thing. But it is the chief thing. A correct balancing of the
possible powers one may exert puts it first. For if a man is to
pray right, he must first be right in his motives and life. And
if a man be right, and put the practice of praying in its right
place, then his serving and giving and speaking will be great
with the presence of God.
meaning of Amen in Prayers
The word 'Amen' is a Hebrew
word meaning firm and faithful. The literal translation is 'so
be it' and is used where one person confirms the words of
another, and adds his wish for success to the other's vows and