Introducing: Prayers for All Seasons

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The longer I walk with my God…

the deeper I plunge into the gospel…

the more I know Him and the more I love Him…

the more my heart is drawn to prayer.

I need it more desperately, I delight in it more fully, and I believe in it more earnestly.

And so when the Lord began to nudge my heart toward writing a 30-day series in this space, it didn’t take long for me to realize that He wanted the focus to be prayer.

And I also knew that even more than writing for the benefit of someone else, He wanted me to write from a heart that is saturated with prayer and saturated with the longing for more prayer.

Want to pray more? Here's a 30-day series offering prayers for all seasons of life.

Prayer that demolishes strongholds.

Prayer that exalts Jesus Christ.

Prayer that aligns my heart with my God’s, and is thus unashamed and unabashed about claiming God’s promises.

Prayer that sets captives free and converts sinners.

Prayer that starts with brokenness and ends with wholeness.

Prayer that restores relationships.

Prayer that calls on my miracle-working God to work in my midst, before my very eyes, in a way that is undeniably Him.

In plenty and in want.

In sickness and in health.

In young age and old.

As singles and as couples.

At work and at play.

In all seasons.

Each day in November, I hope you’ll join me for the series I’ve named Prayers for All Seasons. Let’s take our Lord up on His invitation to come boldly into His throne room.

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And would you consider sharing this post? It’s my earnest desire for prayer warriors to be strengthened through this series, and for more prayer warriors to be born as Christ-followers everywhere echo His disciples’ first and most compelling request:

“Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1).


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12 Replies to “Introducing: Prayers for All Seasons”

  1. Kelly Solomon

    Thank you so much for this series on prayer. I talk to God throughout my day, but need to improve my good old fashioned praying. I do keep a journal of Bible Scriptures & have started adding a daily prayer. I appreciate your guidance on prayer & the time you take to prepare this newsletter. Your Sister in Christ, Kelly

    • Jennifer Clarke Post author

      Kelly, thank you so much for taking the time to share this encouragement with me. Your post blessed me for two reasons: first, because you took the time to read and to share your heart with me. And second, because you are a woman of prayer who wants to grow deeper in prayer. Thank you for your example! I pray that the series is a blessing to you!

  2. Jen

    I hope to use this as a guide to my morning prayer each day this month. I, like a previous commentor, speak to God through out the day, have a prayer journal and yet sometimes, need a guide to follow. I enjoy your posts and will be sharing it with my frind and prayer partner as well.

  3. June

    I’m a few days behind, but this sounds like a great series, Jennifer! I’ll definitely be checking in throughout the month. I know what it takes to write a series like this, so I’m also adding you to my prayer list, friend 🙂

    • Jennifer Clarke Post author

      June, I believe it’s the Lord who prompted you to pray for me this month. On November 2nd, our family received three children into our home by way of foster care. The demands of this transition, plus homeschooling my own three kids, has made this series even more challenging than it might’ve otherwise been. But God is so faithful, and He has blessed my own heart through the series. Thank you for your encouragement!


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