Prayer before and after reading the bible

The following are the prayers that should be prayed before and after Reciting the Holy Rosary. Don’t know how to Pray the Rosary? Check our guide – How to Pray the Holy Rosary. There several Mysteries of the Rosary that has to be announced while praying the Rosary, check them here – The Mysteries of the Rosary.

Prayer before the Rosary

Queen of the Holy Rosary, you have deigned to come to Fatima and Medjugorje, to reveal to the three shepherd children and six visionaries, the treasures of grace hidden in the Rosary. Inspire my heart with a sincere love of this devotion, in order that by meditating on the Mysteries of our Redemption which are recalled in it, I may obtain peace for the world, the conversion of sinners, and the favor which I ask of you in this Rosary (Mention your request). I ask it for the greater glory of God, for your own honor, and for the good of souls, especially for my own.
Amen.

Prayer to be said at the end of each mystery.

*May the grace of this mystery come down into my soul.

Prayer after the Rosary

O God, whose only-begotten Son, by His life, death, and resurrection, has purchased for us the rewards of eternal life; grant, we beseech Thee, that, meditating upon these mysteries of the Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we may imitate what they contain and obtain what they promise, through the same Christ our Lord.
Amen.

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Prayer Before Reading the Bible – God prepare my Heart for Bible Study

Prayer Before Reading The Holy Bible
Loving Lord and heavenly Father, how I thank You for The holy Scriptures and the truth within its pages.

Thank You for the opportunity to spend time in Your Word and I pray that You would prepare my heart for this time of Bible study.
Help me to set my mind on things above and not on earthly things. Keep away all that would distract me from Your word and develop in me a teachable spirit and ears that listen to Your still small voice,and I pray that the eyes of my heart be open to see all that You want to teach me.

I pray that I may study to show myself approved unto God. Give me insight and understanding as I read and reflect on Your Word and may I mature in the faith, grow in grace and come to a deeper knowledge of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ through this time of Bible study, this I ask in Jesus name, Amen

prayer before and after reading the bible

Prayer Before Reading the Bible

Prayer Before Reading the Bible – God prepare my Heart for Bible Study

If you would like more prayers to follow these sites:
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– My Heavenly Father I Pray to You for Protect Me and My Family from Evils
– Start Your New Day with Morning Prayer to Give You blessing and Goodness
– Saint Quotes about the Cross – 25 Christian Quotes about Jesus Death
– I Pray to You My Jesus God for Safety in the Night, keep me from all Perils
– Heavenly Father Protect Me From the Devil!
– Prayer for Brotherly Love Towards Others 
– Prayer for Spiritual Blessing 
– Prayer for Humility and Patience
– Praise to Our Powerful God
– Prayer for Maturity
– Prayer for God’s Grace in My Life
– Prayer for a Sick Child
– Prayer for Holiness of Heart
– Prayer for Drug Deliverance
– Daring Prayer

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8 Tips for Reading Your Bible

Written by T.M. Gaouette   |   February 24, 2016 prayer before and after reading the bible

Ladies, scripture is a necessary tool for all Christians. It’s the inspired Word of God, after all, and through it, God communicates Truth about Himself and His plan for our salvation. So it’s a pretty important book, and one we should read on a regular basis!

Many Christians are familiar with the more common biblical stories of the Old Testament. Many are also familiar with the Passion, as written in the Gospels, but not as many Christians are familiar with the books and stories in between. Not as many know what happened after Christ’s ascension, how the apostles began and set up the church, and so on. Do you?

If you want to get the most out out of your Bible, try the following tips:

  1. Pray before and after reading your Bible. Every time you open your Bible, pray. Pray that God opens your heart and mind to His Word. Pray after reading also. Take a moment to pray that God’s Word will bear fruit in your life so that you can become a true disciple.
  2. Understand that the Bible is a collection of books, written by various authors and inspired by God. You have to know the authors, the genres and the objectives of the various writings in order to fully understand the context of the teachings.
  3. Read the whole Bible, not just scripture here and there. Realize that parts of scripture don’t always give the full context. You need to know how the part relates to the whole…and you can only really do this by reading the whole Bible!
  4. Understand the value of the Old Testament and the New Testament, as well as how they relate to each other. Jesus read the Old Testament and He referred to it in the New Testament, so read both and you’ll get a better understanding of God’s plan for us.
  5. Realize that God speaks to you through scripture. It’s not just a bunch of words that were written to people of that time. It’s God’s Word. It’s consistent and it never changes, so it relates to YOU. Try to understand what God is saying to you!
  6. Don’t twist scripture to fit your own personal agenda. The Bible is God’s Word and it reflects His agenda for us. So if you manipulate it to meet your personal needs, then you’re missing the Truth that leads to salvation.
  7. Live the Word. Don’t just read God’s Word; live it out in your own life and share it with others. You’ll never understand the strength of God’s Word or know its truth if you don’t implement the teachings in your own life.
  8. Read every day. The Bible should be a part of your everyday life. Only then can you allow the Truth to penetrate within you and become a part of who you are. Only then can you grow deeper in your relationship with Christ!

All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for refutation, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that one who belongs to God may be competent, equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

Ladies, how often do you read your Bible? How much do you know it?

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