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When we overlook prayer, we miss out on so many benefits that it provides that enrich our lives. That is why we are going to take a look at 10 benefits of prayer that I pray will encourage you to grow deeper into your communion with God.
Prayer is not only something that Jesus teaches us how to do in Matthew 6:9-13. But it is also something that we read in scripture that He frequently did.
“But Jesus often withdrew to lonely places and prayed.” – Luke 5:16
We learn the importance of prayer from Christ.
Prayer is something that He made time for, even if it meant getting up early in the morning. It is something He spent time in diligently, even if He had a day of traveling, teaching, or healing ahead of Him.
Jesus prioritized prayer because Jesus prioritized the Father. It is His will that Jesus sought and not His own.
Whether you are praying for your family, your health, special occasions, or just everyday prayers, here are the reasons why you should pray.
Prayer For Pope
Prayer for Popes:
O God, Who in Your goodness called to the apostolic office Your servant John Paul II, grant that through his prayers, we may be made worthy of Your promises.
Through Christ our Lord. Amen
We pray for Pope Francis. He is a good man and he loves you.
Please help him to be strong and courageous as he seeks to lead your Church.
Help him to be a voice of peace in a world filled with violence, hatred, and division.
Help him to be an example of compassion and grace in a world that is too often cruel and callous.
And please give him the wisdom to know what is best for your people—whether they are simple parishioners or cardinals.
We pray for our holy father, Pope [name], and for all his successors. We ask that you watch over them, protect them from harm and guide them in the ways of truth. We beg you to keep the Holy See in Rome safe from any attack or danger. May their reigns be long and fruitful! Amen!
Traditional Prayer For The Pope
O God, who hast enriched the Church with the gift of many holy and glorious Pontiffs, grant that the Holy Father, Pope [name], may lead the flock of Christ in safety, and daily increase its number by his example. Bless him for the gift of teaching and governing; preserve him from all evil; make him to profit from the example of thy saints; give him grace to defend thy truth against every foe.
We beseech thee also to bless this land, which thou hast given as an inheritance to thy faithful people. Grant that it may be governed according to thy laws. Give peace and prosperity to our country; protect it from enemies by land or sea; visit us with thy heavenly blessing; and endow us with strength in adversity.
Lastly we pray thee to pour forth upon all men the abundance of thy grace so that they may serve thee faithfully in body and soul in this world, and attain everlasting happiness in heaven. Through Christ our Lord. Amen
May God grant you the grace to lead your flock with wisdom, humility, and love. May you always seek to live in harmony with the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Church’s Magisterium.
May you be a good shepherd for all Catholics, especially for those who are most vulnerable and need your support.
May you always be mindful of your own personal weaknesses and take care to cultivate the virtues which will help you to resist temptations, especially pride and ambition.
May your example of holiness inspire many people to follow Christ more closely in their own lives!
O God, who didst adorn Saint Peter with heavenly gifts, grant that we may be aided by his prayers and merits.
Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.
O God, who didst give to thy servant Saint [name] the grace to be a true father of the Church, grant that we may ever follow his example in the imitation of Christ. Be thou our guide, O Lord, and lead us by the hand of thy servant; let us follow him in the paths of holiness and peace, so that we may have a share in his glory with all those who are with you for eternity.
Through Jesus Christ our Lord.