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Is renewing your prayer life on your 2016 goals list? It is on mine! While I definitely said my share of prayers in 2015, I’m looking to increase the amount that I pray that maintains a constant line of communication with God. I have found that if I am not deliberate in my prayer life, then it doesn’t just happen organically. I’m hoping that by increasing prayers deliberately that it will become more organic.
Yesterday I posted a few War Room movie night ideas, and in them I included one of my new tools for the year. But this printable prayer card is so helpful (already!) that I decided it needs a post of it’s own!
I finally opened up the Christmas present that I purchased for myself- a Scotch laminator! Don’t ask me why, but I’ve always wanted a laminating machine. When Amazon had them for a deal of the day, I snagged one. I love it (as much as one can love a laminating machine)! It has already been quite handy in more than one project.
After letting the laminator heat up, I ran the prayer card printable through inside of a laminating pouch. It worked great the first time, and now I can reuse the prayer card all year long.
Use it to write down prayer requests throughout the week. After the week is over (or after your own personal allotted time), wipe clean with an alcohol pad and a paper towel. It’s ready to go again!
I designed the card to be printed in a 5″ x 7″ size. Print it smaller if that is too large. Slide it in your purse, your Bible, or tape it to your wall. To print it out, right click on the image below to save it to your computer. Use your photo printing software on your computer to print it with your home printer. If you do not have a laminator, you could certainly print out multiples of the card. Write on one until you fill it up and then start a new one. This is also a good idea if you enjoy keeping your prayers in a journal or like looking back over your prayers through the years. If you want to laminate it, many libraries and office supply stores offer laminating services.
What are your spiritual New Year’s goals? Is your prayer life one of them?