Starting a prayer journal for women was probably one of the best moves I made to enhance my prayer life.

When I first wanted to prayer more often, I had no idea what to say or how to pray. I knew that it was important. But I never really took the time to carve out this routine in my life.

Sure, I was familiar with praying in public settings… before meals, at church, or during the holiday seasons.

But knowing that I should be praying one-on-one with God seemed a bit… intimidating.

My first resort to prayer was to find prayer books that could help me say all of the things that I wanted to say.

However, in doing so, I was getting rooted in prayer, but those prayers were never personal enough to meet all of the needs and desires of my heart. For this reason, I started my very own prayer journal.

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When I started my very own prayer journal, sure, I looked up what it would all entail. The results I found were almost just as overwhelming as the idea of personal prayer.

Especially if you happen to be someone who isn’t as organized or structured as what may prayer book formats expect you to be.

So, I decided to take matters into my own hands! I did what I knew best. I created a prayer journal that mimicked my personal journals.

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Journaling was something that I was doing since I was a little girl! Having a diary to keep my thoughts and feelings was the safe space that I knew I could go to. It was in those pages where I was allowed to be myself, fully and comfortably. I knew there, I wouldn’t feel judged, wronged, or unheard.

Therefore, I took my everyday journaling experience and began to use that format to write “letters to God”. And so, my prayer journal was formed!

When it comes to creating a journal for prayer, it doesn’t matter how it’s structured. As long as she can relate and express her deepest and most heartfelt desires in a safe space.

Are you ooking to expand your bible journaling? Want to enhance your coffee and bible time? Or, would like to create a faith binder that would allow you to go deeper in prayer? If so, this video will show you what to include. Also, what to focus on to create the perfect journal for you!

In this video, I share with you how you can make and use your very own prayer journal for women!

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There are definitely some prayer concepts that you can include in your personal journal entries. However, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you wait to include those portions until you develop a good feel and comfort to journaling.

Get used to the idea of addressing your journal entries to God first. Once you feel comfortable enough to speak to God on a regular basis, THEN you can begin to incorporate those other prayer concepts.

Most prayer journals would have you include things such as thanksgiving, confessions, and a place to pray for others. But the entire concept of prayer journaling is to draw you personally close to God. If you feel like what you’re doing feels more like schoolwork than a desired personal time with God, then this won’t work!

Ultimately, the prayers that I prayed in my standard subject notebooks became prayer books for women in regards to their love life!

If you’re looking for something to help you set your prayer focus specifically on your love life, then check out my prayer books below!

At the end of the day, starting a prayer journal for women has no set rules. It’s a format that you can use to increase your connection to God that fits with your everyday lifestyle. A prayer journal can create a safe-space for you to be open, honest, and vulnerable to God. Try it for yourself and see how your prayer life changes as a result!

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