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A Prayer Journal
A hardback structured and unstructured prayer journal designed to document an individual or a family's faith to see how God moves in our lives. It is filled with beautiful art, hymns, and scripture to fill our hearts with hope and beauty.Share Tweet LinkedIn Embed pszr.co/MsUmT 1053 views
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Does God really hear us when we pray? Does God care about the things we're praying for? How can we know for certain? Belief in a good God when sorrow, grief, injustice, trauma, and uncertainty surround us, this journal is a source to build an individual or family's faith in a God who does in fact see us. The journal is created to have room for the individual or family to record the exact answers to their prayers. Pages are empty (minus the art, hymns, and written prayers), to be filled with dates of prayer requests and the dates that they are answered so that when the journaler is asked, "What's the reason for your hope?" The response will be "here's my journal. Look and see what God has done in my life."
This journal is created from personal experience. In my early 20s, I began to ask God what impact in my life he had and if he actually cared about the details of my life. Over 10 years of journaling has given me the resounding answer that yes, he does in fact care. When an individual or family have a prayer they want to see answered, the pages are structured to:
- have the date of the request and the request written out
- then, when the answer comes, there is a space below the request to write the date God answered and how he answered.
-On the next page, there is a space for the person to reflect on the answer. Is she happy? Angry? Numb? Excited? Peaceful?
This project came out of a terrible loss when I miscarried twins earlier this year. When I am tempted to despair, it is through journaling that I am reminded of God's faithfulness. This journal is designed after walking with God through with every up and down. I've seen God answer prayers in over abundant ways (my marriage, my children, jobs, etc.) and I've also seen him answer prayers that I continue to wrestle with (my miscarriage). I am a teacher by background and so I create materials for people to grow on their own. This journal is not designed for me to teach or convince someone of her faith, but rather build on it and ask the questions for herself. I want the "reader" to take on an active role in her relationship with the Lord and in her prayer to truly develop her own beliefs.
Women 18+ and families
The structured format looks like this:
Date of prayer: ______________
Prayer request: ____________ (with more lines below)
Date of answer:___________
How he answered it: __________ (with more lines below)
What is your response to his prayer? (separate page)
The other parts of the journal include beautiful art, hymns, and prayers with lined pages for reflection.
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