Friday, 22 November 2013

Prayer Arrow: Walk

The Arrow Prayers are ©2000 Kay and Steve Morgan-Gurr. 
Art work is by Neil Crook


The arrow that points down to your feet. 

Ask Jesus to help you to 'walk with Him' as you live your life. That means asking for the courage and the wisdom to do things His way every day and in every situation.

This arrow is also about needing exercise.
If you could walk, but then chose to sit down all the time and never walk, your legs would eventually become so weak that you wouldn't be able to walk even if you decided to.
We need to 'walk with Jesus' regularly to make our faith 'strong' and help us grow the way Jesus wants us to. 

Psalm 8:2a (TLB)
But grow in spiritual strength and become better acquainted with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. 

This arrow is about discipleship, growing in faith and living out our faith - it speaks for itself!

For the children's personal prayers this is about asking God to help them get closer to Him and understand more about Him, and to have the courage and wisdom to make right choices.

If you're using this arrow as part of a group activity, try having some footprints on the floor that the children can walk on whilst they pray.

Other Prayer Arrows can be found here:
More to come!

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