How to make a prayer journal

How to make a prayer journal

Do you struggle to pray regularly? Find out how a prayer journal can help.

Do you ever find prayer difficult?

I know that I often do! Sometimes prayer feels like talking to an imaginary friend, and it can be hard to feel like God is actually listening.

But the Bible tells us he is. 1 John 5:14-15 says, “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. And if we know that he hears us—whatever we ask—we know that we have what we asked of him.

If you struggle to feel like God is listening, or question whether your prayers are actually working, you might find it helpful to start a prayer journal.

What’s a prayer journal?

A prayer journal is a notebook where you write down the things that you are praying for. Some people just write down dot points. Others write out prayers in full. Whatever way you choose to use it, the important thing is to keep a record of the things you are praying for.

Why is it helpful?

There are a few reasons why a prayer journal is a helpful tool for Christians who struggle with prayer.

Firstly, it helps you to concentrate. Rather than sitting in silence, trying to keep still and focused on what you’re saying, you can write down what you’re thinking. This will help your mind to stay on your prayers, and not wander to what you might eat for lunch or whether you remembered to iron your school uniform!

Secondly, a prayer journal will help you keep track of how God is answering your prayers. I don’t know about you, but often if I pray for something, a week later I’ve forgotten about that thing! Using a prayer journal ensures that you won’t forget, and you’ll be able to see when God answers your prayers. This can be really encouraging for those who struggle to pray because it feels like God isn’t listening.

Thirdly, a prayer journal can assist you in remembering to pray for others. How many times have you told a friend you’d pray for them, and prayed once but then forgotten? With a prayer journal, this won’t happen. Instead you write down the prayer points for your friend and then continue to pray for them each day.

Fourthly, a prayer journal can help enrich your Bible reading, too. If you write in your journal after doing your Bible reading, you can write down things from the passage that encouraged you and you want to thank God for, or things that challenged you that you need God’s help with.

Fifthly, using a prayer journal may help you get into a habit of regular prayer. The journal itself will act as a visual reminder to pray, while writing in it may be more likely to form part of your daily routine than sitting on your bed praying will.

How to get started

Firstly, find a notebook you like. I recommend using a good old-fashioned paper and pen prayer journal, because though apps can be useful for reminding you of prayers, it’s very easy to switch to another app or to be distracted by a notification. Plus, with a notebook you can design your own system.

Secondly, decide what you’re going to write. Full prayers, or dot points? Whatever you pick, make sure the prayer journal is helping you to focus on God, not distracting you from him. You may find that you’re tempted to try and make your journal pretty or perfect, but try and avoid this temptation, and focus on recording your prayers as you pray them, not on making the journal aesthetically pleasing.

Now it’s just a matter of integrating prayer journalling into your routine. As written above, you may find it particularly helpful to pair prayer journalling with Bible reading. But alternatively you might like to do it on the bus, just before sleep or first thing when you wake up. Whatever you do, do it regularly!

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Inside: Step by step instructions on how to make a prayer journal and notebook. These tools will help you organize your prayer life!

Sometimes I fall asleep when I’m praying.

I also get distracted by the laundry that I didn’t finish, the children who are arguing, and the random thought about what we should eat for dinner. I know that it’s important to spend time with God, but often my mind doesn’t cooperate.

Then there are the prayer requests I forget. I have every intention of covering that person in prayer but by the time I get to my quiet time during the day, I can’t remember what they needed. And then there are times when someone gives me a word from God. In that moment it means the world to me but weeks later I struggle to recall the encouraging words.

I realized that it boiled down to a lack of discipline and organization. I’m guessing you struggle with the same thing. So today I want to show you how to make a prayer journal and notebook to help you stay focused, consistent, and more effective with your prayers.

How to make a prayer journal

How to Make a Prayer Journal

Making a prayer journal is a simple and easy way to get focused and motivated in your prayer life. All you need is a journal (or paper) and something to write with. Yes, it’s that simple. My favorite place to get journals is DaySpring.

I use my prayer journal for my personal prayers. The pages are filled with my heartaches, tears, worries, and praises to God. I like to think of my prayer journal as a collection of conversations with my heavenly Father.

A few tips to get you started:

  1. When you sit down to write, don’t edit or hold back. Write down anything and everything that comes to mind. Fill the pages with your thoughts, feelings, and anything else you want God to know.
  2. Write down your prayer requests, dreams, and goals.
  3. Copy down quotes, scriptures, and anything else you feel God speak to your heart. These will be a great encouragement to you when times get hard.

How to make a prayer journal

How to Make a Prayer Notebook

While my prayer journal helps me with my own personal prayers, I knew that I needed something else to help me remember to pray for others and to stay consistent in other biblical disciplines. That’s when I created a prayer notebook. This notebook has radically changed my prayer and devotion time. I grab my journal, notebook, and Bible and I’m ready to wage war against the devil.

Here’s How I Organized my Prayer Notebook

The first part of my notebook has a section for my spiritual growth plan for the year. I write out a vision statement, goals, and priorities for the year. After that section, I have my dividers and lots of paper behind each one.

Reading Log

I like to pick a theme each year to focus on for spiritual growth. Then I sit down and make a list of books/Bible studies on that topic. I usually have way more books than I can read in a year on my list, but having it already together means I don’t waste time trying to figure out what I’m going to read or study next.

Scripture Memory Log

Memorizing scripture is a great way to enhance your prayer life. The best way to be successful in memorizing verses is to have a plan. I make a list of the verses that I want to memorize during the year and keep them in my prayer notebook. This way I can look them over every day during my devotions.

Gratitude Journal Page

Keeping a list of all my blessings is a great way to encourage myself during hard times. I often struggle with doubt and unbelief. Remembering all the things I am grateful for really helps me when I feel discouraged.

Bible Reading Plan

Having a plan for reading my Bible helps me stay focused and grow in faith. To save time, I like to create my own reading plans at the beginning of each month based on a topic that I want to learn more about.

How to make a prayer journal

Prayer Sections

This is the meat of my prayer notebook. I have a page where I keep a list of all prayer requests. Another page with the ACTS prayer acronym to help me stay focused while I pray. I also have my prayer journal prompts here.

This is also the section where I write out my prayers for my children, family, and other people. Here’s my daily prayer schedule:

  • Sunday: my home
  • Monday: ministry (that includes you) and finances
  • Tuesday: extended family and friends
  • Wednesday: missions
  • Thursday: unbelieving family and friends
  • Friday: government, social justice, and news events
  • Saturday: my church and its leaders

Bible Study

I keep my Bible study notes and printables here. When I do word studies, character studies, or a study with my church all my notes go here. I keep sermon notes here as well.

Is daily prayer important to you? Are you unsure of what to include in your daily prayers? Do you struggle with trying to find time to pray?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, starting a prayer journal can help!

Prayer is so important in our relationship with our Heavenly Father. However, I know that there are times that life can get in the way of our prayer time. We become so busy with our “to do list” and the needs of our family that our quiet time with God is put on the back burner.

However ladies, we need to make prayer time a priority, not only for our sanity, but also to grow closer to God. He longs to hear from us and wants to reveal his will and plans to us. God wants to give us peace, rest, and joy. True peace, rest, and joy that we can’t get anywhere else.

Starting a prayer journal can help you organize your thoughts and prayers to God. It also can make you more accountable to make the time to pray each day. Plus, a prayer journal can help you focus on what you need to pray for and help you create more specific prayers.

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Here are the steps to start your own prayer journal.

Supplies

You really don’t need anything fancy to start a prayer journal. You can simply start with a blank notebook that you have around the house. If you want to start with this free Prayer Journal, click here. This Prayer Journal printable includes a cover sheet, a daily prayer page that can be reprinted as needed, and 7 Bible verses that can be used in your daily prayers. However, if you want to get fancy and personalize your prayer journal, here are some supplies that you might want to consider.

Setting-Up Your Journal

How you set-up your prayer journal is up to you. Some people like to have prayer sections such as for family, church, or community. However, I am more successful with sticking to the sections on the daily prayer sheet found in the Prayer Journal printable.

Sections Included on the Daily Prayer Sheet

Praises & Blessings

Write down praises to God and blessings that you want to thank Him for.

Confessions

Write down what you need to confess to God and seek His forgiveness.

Prayer Requests

List all your prayer requests.

Daily Verse

Write down a Bible verse that you want to focus on in your prayers for the day. You can also choose to focus on one Bible verse for the entire week.

Answered Prayers

Write down prayers that God has answered. Remember that God is so good!

Now that you have your thoughts and prayers organized, just pray. Speak your praises, confessions, and requests to God. He is yearning to hear from you.

“But truly God has listened; he has attended to the voice of my prayer.”

Psalm 66:19

So I challenge you this week to set aside time every day for prayer. Use a Prayer Journal to organize your prayers and make yourself accountable to pray daily. I guarantee that you will be blessed and experience the peace and joy that God can only give.

Download your FREE Prayer Journal here!

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How to make a prayer journal

I have kept a prayer journal of sorts for over a decade now.

While over the years it has taken on many different forms, my format has stayed consistent. One thing I’ve learned is that if I am to consistently keep my prayer journal up to date I have to have the following elements in place:

1. It has to be easily accessible

2. It has to be simple

How to make a prayer journal

For a while I kept my prayer journal in my Homemaking Binder. It wasn’t very easy to keep because my homemaking binder was bulky and awkward to write in, and I had to flip past charts, schedules and recipes to get to it…which distracted me.

No, it need to be in a simple place and easily accessible without distractions.

I have found a simple notebook to be the easiest way to keep a prayer journal.

How to make a prayer journal

Here is how you can make your own prayer journal

I like to use the Lord’s Prayer as my format. So I divide my notebook up into the following sections:

1. Worship – I like to write out the names of God and reflect on them. This takes my worship time from, “Lord I worship you, I glorify you, I honor you” to “Lord You are _______”. See what I’ve done there? I’ve switched it from “I” to “You”. Worship is about Him, not about what we do for Him.

2. Ministry – Here is where I write out ministry needs. Perhaps its just the names of those I serve with in my area of ministry. I also list here 5 people who I pray will become saved.

3. Family Needs – I separate my family needs from others needs. I have learned that I need to make prayer for my family a priority, so these needs always come first. I like to try to date these prayer needs so I can track the answer to prayer better.

In this section I also have a 30-day calendar of prayer prompts for my husband and marriage.

How to make a prayer journal

4. Others Needs – I love having this section because, let’s fact it, how many times have we said, “I’ll keep you in prayer for that” and then never do? Now it’s easy. I just grab my journal and jot it down!

5. Journaling Pages – This section is so important. Here I write out my personal struggles, my strategy to overcome those struggles, words God has spoken to me, verses that have stood out to me…this is where my journal gets real. And it is important to have this section because it reminds me that prayer isn’t all about me sharing my heart with God. Prayer is a 2-way conversation and I must give God time for Him to share His heart with me.

6. Answered Prayer – I started this several years ago when I became aware of how often God was answering my prayers. I began to track those answered prayers. This section has been such an encouragement to me in those times when I feel discouraged. I can flip back and read all the answers to prayer and let faith fill my heart again.

I also added pockets to the front and back to hold memory verse cards and other papers.

How to make a prayer journal

This is a simple method, but it works for me and it has kept me consistent for many years now. I will often grab it in the morning and pace my living room as I pray, because having the lists right there in front of me helps keep me from becoming distracted.

What is your favorite prayer journal method?

How to make a prayer journal

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Is daily prayer important to you? Are you unsure of what to include in your daily prayers? Do you struggle with trying to find time to pray?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, starting a prayer journal can help!

Prayer is so important in our relationship with our Heavenly Father. However, I know that there are times that life can get in the way of our prayer time. We become so busy with our “to do list” and the needs of our family that our quiet time with God is put on the back burner.

However ladies, we need to make prayer time a priority, not only for our sanity, but also to grow closer to God. He longs to hear from us and wants to reveal his will and plans to us. God wants to give us peace, rest, and joy. True peace, rest, and joy that we can’t get anywhere else.

Starting a prayer journal can help you organize your thoughts and prayers to God. It also can make you more accountable to make the time to pray each day. Plus, a prayer journal can help you focus on what you need to pray for and help you create more specific prayers.

(This post contains affiliate links. Please click here to read my full disclosure page)

Here are the steps to start your own prayer journal.

Supplies

You really don’t need anything fancy to start a prayer journal. You can simply start with a blank notebook that you have around the house. If you want to start with this free Prayer Journal, click here. This Prayer Journal printable includes a cover sheet, a daily prayer page that can be reprinted as needed, and 7 Bible verses that can be used in your daily prayers. However, if you want to get fancy and personalize your prayer journal, here are some supplies that you might want to consider.

Setting-Up Your Journal

How you set-up your prayer journal is up to you. Some people like to have prayer sections such as for family, church, or community. However, I am more successful with sticking to the sections on the daily prayer sheet found in the Prayer Journal printable.

Sections Included on the Daily Prayer Sheet

Praises & Blessings

Write down praises to God and blessings that you want to thank Him for.

Confessions

Write down what you need to confess to God and seek His forgiveness.

Prayer Requests

List all your prayer requests.

Daily Verse

Write down a Bible verse that you want to focus on in your prayers for the day. You can also choose to focus on one Bible verse for the entire week.

Answered Prayers

Write down prayers that God has answered. Remember that God is so good!

Now that you have your thoughts and prayers organized, just pray. Speak your praises, confessions, and requests to God. He is yearning to hear from you.

“But truly God has listened; he has attended to the voice of my prayer.”

Psalm 66:19

So I challenge you this week to set aside time every day for prayer. Use a Prayer Journal to organize your prayers and make yourself accountable to pray daily. I guarantee that you will be blessed and experience the peace and joy that God can only give.

Download your FREE Prayer Journal here!

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How to Start a Prayer Journal

Do you want to start a prayer journal, but are stumped as to how to do it? You are in the right place! Whether you are a beginner or have kept a prayer journal in the past, this post will walk you through how to start keeping a prayer journal.

You can use a notebook or a binder to keep track of your prayers and reflections.

Let’s get started!

How to make a prayer journal

What is a prayer journal?

Simply put, a prayer journal is a place (like a notebook or binder) where you keep track of your prayers. These prayers can be prayer intentions, standard prayers that you like, prayers that you have created, Bible passages that have touched you that you want to use in prayer, quotes related to prayer, or things related to prayer that have touched your heart.

In a nutshell: your prayer journal can be whatever you want for it to be related to prayer.

Why should I keep a prayer journal?

A prayer journal shows the journey of the heart. In a prayer journal, we pour our hearts out to God, we pray for others, we contemplate who God is, and we learn more about waiting on God’s timing. We can learn to grow in faith, love, and trust of God.

How do I start a prayer journal?

Get a notebook, a blank book, or a binder with notebook paper. Write “Prayer Journal” on the top of the first page. You may want to add the date as well. You are ready to begin.

Next, decide what you will focus on in your prayer journal. Will you focus on prayers of intercession (prayers for others and their needs) and prayers of petition (prayers for your own needs)? Or, will you focus on journaling about prayer and using your journal as a love letter to God, talking to Him in prayer? You can also create prayer journal sections to keep track of prayers and Bible passages that you like.

Remember that this is your prayer journal; it can be whatever you want for it to be. The one you start now may be very different than one you will begin in a few years. Also, as you begin using your prayer journal, you may want to make changes to suit your needs better. This is fine. After all, your prayer journal is a resource for you to use to help you in your prayer life.

If you want to have sections in your prayer journal, decide what those sections will be. For example, you may want to have sections for prayers of thanksgiving, for answered prayers, for reflections on Bible passages about prayer, or for drawing images related to prayer.

Remember, this is your personal prayer journal; it can be whatever you want for it to be to aid you in your prayer life.

How to make a prayer journal

How often do I write in my prayer journal?

Write in your prayer journal as often as you like. You may find it helpful to spend a few minutes at the same time every day to write in it. This can help you to create a habit of prayer. To also help you to create the habit of using your prayer journal, you may find it convenient to keep it on your bed during the day or in a place where you will see it and remember to use it.

Don’t worry about what your writing looks like; your prayer journal is your personal letter to God where you share your prayers and thoughts with Him. He doesn’t care what your writing looks like! He wants to know what is on your mind and in your heart. Your journal is for you to keep track of your prayers and remember what you want to remember. It is only for you and God.

Review older prayer petitions in your prayer journal every now and again.

It is good to take time every so often to review older petitions that you have written in your prayer journal. For some, you will see how God has answered these prayers. For others, you will be reminded to keep praying.

Start a family prayer journal.

A family prayer journal is a wonderful way to stay connected in prayer as a family. Each person can write down (or draw, if they are too little to write) their prayer petitions.

It is really heartwarming (and sometimes quite amusing) to read the petitions of our children. It is also nice for our children to go back months or years later and reread what they have written.

How to Start a Prayer Journal is quite easy.

A prayer journal shows the journey of faith. All you need to get started is just one blank piece of paper. It doesn’t matter how you start, just begin!

How to make a prayer journal

“My heart is stirred by a noble theme as I recite my verses for the king; my tongue is the pen of a skillful writer” (Psalm 45:1).

Some of the most profound insights and experiences of life come through prayer journaling. God wants to speak and give us insights into life. Journaling brings shape and order to everything that we do. I have been keeping a prayer journal for many years, and it helps keep my life in order and my priorities right. It has been an important discipline in my prayer life, helping me to remember what God has done.

If you don’t already have a prayer journal you can start today by journaling on a piece of paper then transfer your writings to a journal when it arrives. We’ve listed some of the highest rated prayer journals here if you don’t currently have one or need an upgrade for a fresh start!

How to make a prayer journal

How to make a prayer journal

How to Prayer Journal Every Day

“Look to the LORD and his strength; seek his face always. Remember the wonders he has done, his miracles and the judgments he pronounced” (1 Chronicles 16:11-12).

Prayer journaling is a way to dialogue with God daily, so that we can remember what and how God is speaking to us. Here are some key ways to do it:

Begin to write – There are so many ways you can journal. God will give you creativity. Some examples are prayers, poetry, your dreams, goals, burdens, delights, joys, Scripture, songs, letters, or whatever God is saying to you.

Journal regularly but not out of duty – You may journal daily, weekly, or as often as you like. It is really up to you. It is important not to look at prayer journaling as a heavy burden or a duty. It’s a friend and will help you in life rather than weigh you down with another responsibility.

Record prayer requests and date them – You can look back at how God answered your prayers. This will build your faith in prayer. It will also remind you of requests that need more intercession.

Record God’s answers to your prayers – My husband recorded the dates of answered prayer while living overseas, and he saw how faithfully God answered his prayer requests. It is a testimony of God’s goodness.

Watch for the progress you are making in your spiritual life – I always look back in my prayer journals and see how I develop spiritually from year to year. It helps me so much to see spiritual progress in my life and how God is working.

Write out what God is saying to you – This is important so that you can look at your journal during the quiet seasons in your spiritual life. Ask yourself, “How is God personally revealing Himself to me?”

Write out key Bible verses that speak to you during times of prayer – God will guide and help you in important times of decision-making by using Scripture.

Prayer journaling will help you to see real growth in your life because you are bringing to God the things that concern you. Through journaling, you will see your life more clearly through God’s eyes. He has so much to say when we give Him time and seek His face. It’s important to write it down and not miss out on the wisdom He wants to share with us.

I believe that you will find it to be an irreplaceable blessing in your prayer and devotional life.

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“I will remember the deeds of the LORD; yes, I will remember your miracles of long ago. I will meditate on all your works and consider all your mighty deeds. Your ways, O God, are holy” (Psalm 77:11-13a).

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How to make a prayer journal

When I decided to get my prayer life organized earlier this year, I really didn’t know where to start. I just knew I needed something new to ignite my prayer life. My method of jotting down a list of prayer requests wasn’t working for me anymore and I needed a change. I searched online and in stores for a prompted prayer journal but couldn’t find anything I liked. So I did what any girl would do and created my own. You know I can’t wait to share them with you today, right?

How to make a prayer journal

Of course I want to share them with you because I know what it’s like to be frustrated and not able to find what you want. Most of the options I found in my search for a prayer journal were simply blank journals with inspirational covers meant for journaling, which was not what I was looking for. I wanted something to help me focus on my prayer needs for the month plus give me space to record other things on my mind and heart. I wanted to make sure I was praying for the important people and areas of my life intentionally and with purpose. What better way to do that than with a plan?

How to make a prayer journal

Let me give you the run down of the sections I created for my monthly prayer journal and how to use them.

Scripture Verse

It starts out with a section to record a verse to memorize or focus on in prayer for the month.

Praise & Thanksgiving

It’s great to start out your time planning your prayers by thanking God for His goodness, so use this space to jot those praises down.

What’s On My Heart

Is your heart burdened about something? Is there a prayer need you feel is utmost important? Here’s your chance to unload your thoughts.

Prayers for the World

What world needs will you pray for this month? Is there a particular country or area of the world to focus on, or worldwide needs?

Prayers for My Nation

How can you pray for your nation this month? Write out prayers for your leaders or prayer concerns for your nation and/or state.

Prayers for My Family

What family prayer needs will you focus on this month?

Prayers for My Friends

Which friends need you to blanket them in prayer this month?

Prayers for Myself

What prayer needs do YOU have this month? Which areas of your life are you struggling with? Do you have questions that you need answered?

Prayers for My Church

How will you pray for your church? Pray for mission trips, finances, whatever God lays on your heart for the month.

Here’s a section to pray for anything not included above. Perhaps it’s a space to write down prayers for your school or your community. It’s up to you!

Answered Prayers

This is the most exciting part…a place to jot down answers to prayer! Maybe you want to use this space to write down prayers as they’re answered throughout the month, or you can choose to journal about the prayers answered from last month. Again, it’s your choice. Make these printables your own!

Notes

There’s a note page to give you space to write down anything that comes to mind during your prayer time throughout the month. Write down any insights, scriptures, etc.

Prayer Prompt Pages

Do you sometimes find it hard to pray for someone, or maybe even yourself? I’ve included Prayer Prompt Pages to get you started. There are pages titled My Husband, My Children, My Family and Myself. These prayer prompts are meant to inspire you and give you options when praying over people in your life.

How to make a prayer journal

The best thing about the Prayer Prompt Pages is that you get to choose how you use them. Maybe you want to focus on praying for one need each day, checking them off as you go throughout the month. Or maybe you decide to highlight and focus on just a few for the month. There is no right or wrong way to use them, they are included just as an added resource.

How to make a prayer journal

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