Evening Prayers to Help You Wind Down at Night Time

Pamela Palmer

Published Jul 02, 2024

The Bible gives accounts of God’s children praying. Noah prayed. Abraham prayed. Esther prayed. Daniel prayed. And there are numerous accounts when Jesus and his disciples prayed. Scripture teaches that God wants to hear our prayers and that we should bring every request to the Lord. Prayer is the place we can praise the Lord, bring our needs, and talk to Jesus about anything and everything. “Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need and thank him for all he has done” (Philippians 4:6). However your day went, the ups and downs, and the good and bad, you have a loving God who wants to hear from you. Ending the day with night time prayer is an incredible way to ground oneself in Jesus after the long day has passed. Praying in the evening helps believers finish their day by spending time with the God who was with them each moment and who desires to hear from them. 

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Pamela Palmer 1200x1200Pamela Palmer is a writer, speaker, and the founder of upheldlife.com, the platform on which she produces devotionals and faith resources to inspire keeping faith at the center of life. She is in pastoral ministry and gets to share in the emotional and spiritual lives of others. She lives and thrives on Jesus, coffee, and music. She is the author of Living a Deeper Faith: Nurture Your Relationship with God and Live a Faith-Fueled Life. Pamela married the perfect man for her and they have two beautiful kiddos. She has been published on herviewfromhome.com, and you can follow her at upheldlife.com or on Facebook.com/upheldlife.

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