7 Simple Prayers to Pray Every Day


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Be honest, do you pray every day?

I used to think prayer was hard. It only counted, I thought, if I spent, oh, a half hour or more on my knees. It had to be focused, orderly and systematic. And, again, the longer the better.

Boy was I wrong! Prayer is simply conversation with God.

It’s asking Him to meet your need or someone else’s.

Prayer is praising Him and thanking Him.

It’s about committing things to Him and consecrating things to Him.

It’s repenting our sins for forgiveness.

We need to pray about everything and anything.

When you pray, you are speaking your heart to God and he hears you.

Here are seven simple prayers, with accompanying scripture references, to show that you’re in good company in praying each one:

1)  Here I am. (Isaiah 6:8)

Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Samuel, and Isaiah are all recorded as having prayed the “Here I am” prayer. It works best first thing in the morning, a way of reporting for duty and being “present” to God.


2)  You are great. (Psalm 86:10)

A sunrise. Fresh orange juice. A cool breeze. A baby’s smile. A shooting star. Any number of things throughout your day may prompt you to say, with David, “You are great and do marvelous deeds; You alone are God.”

3)  Thank you. (Psalm 138:1)

Certainly at meal times, but even the worst day includes many reasons to tell God, “Thank You! Everything in me says ‘Thank You!’”

4)  Help. (Psalm 38:22)

Whether your need is big or small, every day presents multiple opportunities to pray this simple prayer: “Make haste to help me, O Lord my salvation.”


5)  Bless. (Psalm 67:1)

Whether it’s just one or two words (“bless him”) or more (“May God be gracious to us and bless us and make His face shine on us”), this everyday prayer can be a request to heal, prosper, encourage, strengthen, comfort or deliver someone.

6)  Sorry. (Psalm 38:18)

I won’t tell you how often every day I pray this prayer. Suffice it to say, I have found out the sooner I express my repentance, the better—often using the words of David, “I confess my iniquity; I am sorry for my sin.”

7)  I love you. (John 21:17)

One morning at breakfast, Jesus gave Peter three opportunities to express his love for the Lord, until Peter finally said, “Lord, You know everything; You know that I love You.”

“I love You” is a great thing to say many times a day to God.

That’s it. Just seven simple prayers. Some as few as 14 words. But they work in so many situations throughout any given day that they can make prayer more doable, no matter what your schedule may be.

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Genevieve Brown

Prayer is my best times with GOD

Sonya Alexander


Lorna Marie Lariviere

Amen ❤️

Norma Fox

Amen Thank you lord for blessing me more than I deserve.

Sunita Dhameja

Pray for me & my family.

PoeticBirthmark Layla

Vhonani Cynthia

Unique Boo

Amen Lord

Shorty Black

Amen Thank you lord !

Tonnete Cadatal

Thank you Lord. I love YOU

Pam Crosby Phillips

Thank you God for your everlasting love

Cely Saguiped Gonzales

Amen. We Love you O Lord

Lizbeth M Maimbosia

Amen and please pray for me to find a partner in life in Jesus Christ’s name.

Barbara Rogers


Sarah Lema - Johnson

So simple but so powerful, thanks Lord for your faithfulmess even when we’re unfaithful.

Grace Pangan

babylove Joel Torres Cerbito
This is how we should always pray babe. I love you so much.

Joel Torres Cerbito

thank you babe. I love you too so much babylove ko

Grace Pangan
Grace Pangan
Stella Nosiri Egbuchulam

Amen!! Thank you Jesus, my blessed Redeemer. The Bishop of my soul.

Vida Akosua Nettey


Jane Takaindisa

Advocate am blessed,this is good stuff for my soul .Thank you for sharing with us .Amen and Amen

Monica Makuvise


Kate Nkau

Amen! Hallelujah! Glory to God!