Explore a deeper, more tangible prayer time this Lent
Pray through the daily Lectionary readings using Anglican prayer beads (or pray without them). Using prayer beads brings a more tactile, tangible aspect to your prayers and encourages slower, more focused prayers.
Prepare your heart for Easter by dwelling in God’s Word
Each day’s prayers are firmly grounded in Scripture. You’ll start your prayer time by reading the day’s verses and reflecting on their meaning in your life. Then, you’ll use those same verses in your prayers, allowing God’s Word to permeate your heart and soul as you pray.
Open your heart to more closely follow in God’s way
The Lenten readings and prayers are focused on coming before God with a humble and penitent heart. As you pray through this season, you’ll open your heart to God, confess your sins, and prepare to more closely follow in God’s way.
Learn a new method of prayer – praying with Anglican prayer beads
Using prayer beads isn’t a requirement for this devotional, but it will greatly enhance your experience. Prayer beads aren’t just for Catholics. Protestants can pray with beads, too!
The Anglican prayer beads have been widely adopted by Protestant believers and bring a deeper, more focused method of prayer. Praying with Protestant prayer beads are focused on praying scripture and a great complement to this Lenten devotional.
Instructions for praying with prayer beads are included in this devotional, along with several bonus prayers you can pray throughout the year.
Available as a digital download, printed book, or as a bundle with a printed book and set of Anglican prayer beads.
Prepare Your Heart provides 40 daily devotionals for Lent, based on the daily Lectionary readings. Each day, read the selected passages, reflect and journal on God’s Word, then pray through those verses using the prayer guide.
The prayers are designed for use with Anglican prayer beads, but they can also be prayed without beads.
You’ll also find 5 prayer guides that can be used anytime throughout the year – prayers for others, prayer for thanksgivings and blessings, prayer for strength in the storm, prayer for guidance and direction, and prayer for forgiveness.