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Purposed Parent Connected Child Podcast Episode 084 - Prayer Basics You Need to Teach Your Children

Purposed Parent Connected Child Podcast Episode 084 - Prayer Basics You Need to Teach Your Children

Welcome to the Purposed Parent/Connected Child podcast – Episode 084 – Prayer Basics You Need to Teach Your Children

One of my favorite times is when I come before God at the end of each day with my husband and daughters to pray. This habit has created treasured memories and a time of special blessings in multiple ways. When I listen to my husband pray for me I feel such a deeper connection with him. It deepens my love for him even more. Listening to the sweet voices of my daughters lift praises and petitions to God fills me with such joy. Knowing that my daughters are growing up with a father who places God first and sets an example through prayer is a generational gift.

Like believing moms should, you’re also probably teaching your children who God is, but are you teaching them how to pray? Do they understand how to approach their Heavenly Father as they come into His presence? Are you mentoring a strong prayer life?

One of the questions I’ve received the most as a Christian mindset and parenting coach is about prayer. How should mothers teach their children to pray? I appreciate this question. I believe it is a beautiful testament to the fact that these women love God and want to ensure that their children love and serve Him in a godly way. First, however, mothers need to understand the meaning and blessings of prayer and be ready to teach their children the art and gift of devotion to God through prayer.

Prayer is a beautifully simple, yet complex act of love extended from God at great cost. Because of Christ, we can approach the throne of God with open communication. Jesus built a bridge that leads us straight to God. It’s vital that you understand the sacrifice and love that gives us opportunity for a strong prayer life. Utilizing this gift allows your children to witness your devotion to God. They are able to learn the great mercy and grace of God through you.

Teaching your child how to pray is simple when you live with a prayerful attitude and lifestyle. As your children witness your devotion to and reverence for God, you will be able to build a firm foundation on which they will prayerfully build their house of faith.

1. Let your child witness your consistent prayer life. Let them see you pray, hear you pray for them, and hear you pray for others, the culture, your husband, your pastor, etc.

2. Let you children observe you stopping to pray for others when they talk to someone who needs prayer.

3. Teach your child the basics of prayer – which we will address in this podcast.

4. Grow your child’s prayer life as they mature. As you learn prayer basics, you will observe when it is time to teach them to deepen their prayer roots.

5. Begin when your children are babies. Clasp their tiny hands together as you place your hands over theirs. Start simple, “Dear God, you are so good! I love you. Thank you for my food. Amen.”

As your children mature, teach them more about prayer. As you mentor how to craft prayers, teach them to cover these basics: respect God, praise God, submitto God, repent to God, petition God, rely on God, and thank God.

There is so much to share about prayer. We could go through many episodes just on this subject. I think the best way to start today is by sharing two passages of Scripture. First, I’ll read from Luke 11.

Luke 11:1-13 says, “One day Jesus was praying in a certain place. When He finished, one of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.” He said to them, “When you pray, say: “‘Father, hallowed be Your name, Your kingdom come. Give us each day our daily bread. Forgive us our sins, for we also forgive everyone who sins against us. And lead us not into temptation.’ Then Jesus said to them, “Suppose you have a friend, and you go to him at midnight and say, ‘Friend, lend me three loaves of bread; a friend of mine on a journey has come to me, and I have no food to offer him.’ And suppose the one inside answers, ‘Don’t bother me. The door is already locked, and my children and I are in bed. I can’t get up and give you anything.’ I tell you, even though he will not get up and give you the bread because of friendship, yet because of your shameless audacity he will surely get up and give you as much as you need. “So I say to you: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened. “Which of you fathers, if your son asks for a fish, will give him a snake instead? If he asks for an egg, will give him a scorpion? If you then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him!”

This short passage reveals much, but one very important point is that prayer is a two-fold matter of faith and obedience. We trustthat God will fulfill His word. Even when it feels like He isn’t present, we trust that He is. We trust that He is listening and is actively working in ways we may not see or understand. As we persistently pursue Him and continue trusting in Him (while acting in obedience as we believe and wait), we proclaim our trust in Him as we also deepen our faith. We trust that whatever His answer or provision is, it is a perfectly timed and offered gift that will honor and glorify Him. It will give us exactly what He knows we need. It is what will help us to humbly submit and continue maturing our walk with Him. 

Another truth we receive from this passage is that there is absolutely nothing more important than resting in the presence of Jesus. Serving, sharing, and seeing Him are all distinct ways to honor Him, but the trust and worship we extend through resting with Him in prayer is unequaled.

If we reflect on the words of Jesus as He instructed His disciples on the heart of prayer, we are able to clearly see He mentored 7 important points we can follow and teach to our children.

1. Approach God as Father - because He is the Great I Am. He may not be flesh and blood standing next to you where you can see Him, but He is beside, within, and before you. He is your Heavenly Father. This begins your prayer with deep respectfor God.

2. Adore Him. He is your Creator, your Provider, your Comforter, and your Healer. He is holy. He is worthy to be praised! Hallowed be His name. This offers praise to our Great I Am.

3. Allow His authority and His will to reign in your heart, mind, and attitude. As Jesus said, “Thy will be done.” God desires that we submit to Him in all things.

4. Admit that He is sovereign, and you are a sinner. Repent and restore your walk with God.

5. Accept God’s ability to provide. Believe that He will. As you petition God, trust and wait for Him.

6. Abundant strength against temptation is your protection if you remain rooted in Him. God is sufficient for your every need. Armor is His specialty. God is your Shield, your Protector. Revel in the beauty of relationshipwith and reliance on Him.

7. Abba Provides. In fact, 1 Corinthians 2:9 tells us that “no eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor the heart of man imagined, what God has prepared for those who love Him”—God has a beautiful future in store for you in eternity, and He also protects and provides, guides and guards us even now. Thank Him for all He has done, is doing, and will do.

Do you notice the 7 basics I referred to earlier? Respect, praise, submit, repent, petition, rely, and thank God.

Now I’ll share from Matthew 6.

Matthew 6:5-13 says, “And when you pray, you shall not be like the hypocrites. For they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the corners of the streets, that they may be seen by men. Assuredly, I say to you, they have their reward. But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly. And when you pray, do not use vain repetitions as the heathens do. For they think that they will be heard for their many words. Therefore do not be like them. For your Father knows the things you have need of before you ask Him. In this manner, therefore, pray: ‘Our Father in heaven, Hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And do not lead us into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen.’”

As you listened to the Lord’s Prayer in this passage of Scripture, you heard how Jesus taught the perfect model for prayer. Although it is a perfect prayer, do not memorize it for the purpose of mindlessly reciting it. The prayers we offer to the Father must be from your heart and the heart of your child. However, the Lord’s Prayer teaches us that there is a beautiful patternwe may use when praying that helps ensure we honor God in the way He deserves.

Let’s dig a little deeper into what this passage reveals.

1. When the Pharisees prayed, it was at arranged times and in front of public places so that they could be recognized and praised for their so-called devotion to God. Jesus is not criticizing public prayer, rather, He is exposing and denouncing false and self-absorbed prayer. The core of prayer is personal. While we may pray for others, our purpose and desires through prayer are between us and our Father. Even when we pray aloud in a public setting, our heart and mind should be focused on, meditating on, and speaking to Him, not impressing others.

2. The Lord’s Prayer is a beautiful example of the qualities Jesus desires us to possess as we pray. However, while it is acceptable to pray as written in the Bible, we must not allow routine or memorized prayers to flow mindlessly from our heart and lips. The Lord desires and deserves our mind and heart to be alive and active when we humbly bow before Him. This prayer template modeled by Jesus sets a tone and instructsus how to pray the priorities of our Father.

3. As we pray to our Father in Heaven as Jesus mentors, we acknowledge God’s deep and profoundly intimate love and recognize His promise that we are heirs in His family.

4. The beautiful words, “Your kingdom come” reveal both God’s spiritual reign and His approaching sovereignty over all of creation. When believers become Christians, we receive the Spirit of God within us, but will also experience the fulfillment of God’s kingdom when Jesus returns in His full eminence and institutes His glorious new world order.

5. As we pray for our “daily bread,” we submissively recognize and accept our dependence on God to supply our every need. He does not always grant us exactly what we desire, but it is always greater than we could anticipate and exactly meets our needs, even if we don’t recognize it in the moment.

6. As Jesus extended forgiveness to us, we must also forgive others. Often, when we are wounded, the only way we can forgive is through the mighty, supernatural power of the Lord. In order to do this, our relationship with God must be a priority. Believers must also regularly confess our sins to the Lord and seek to live in the ways we know He desires and are acceptable when exposed by His light. Otherwise, our relationship will weaken and can become strained or closed off. Although God has promised that we can never be plucked from His hand, when we are not living as we should, we do easily drift away from Him.

7. When we live in the power and light of God, and are striving to be pleasing to Him, our prayers are heard and answered as we pray in the ways that are desirable and acceptable to Him. When we pray for protection from temptation and the evil one, God will hear and provide.

Both sections of Scripture I shared showcase the loving guidance and wisdom of Jesus as He highlights the sanctity of prayer. Purposely and patiently, He showed His disciples (and us) how to approach our Heavenly Father through the gift of prayer. What else can we learn from these passages as we look more closely at Jesus’s words?

One thing to remember as you begin prayer to your Heavenly Father (or teaching your children to pray) is God’s position. In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus begins by praying to “our Father in Heaven.” This begins prayer with the proper descriptor of and honor to God. When you call God your Father, you are proclaiming that you acknowledge His love for you as His child. When you teach your children to do the same, they develop their understanding of God as their Heavenly Father and their identity through Him.

Prayer is a necessity for anyone desiring to draw nearer to God and live a life pleasing to Him. If you expect intimate, personal fellowship with your holy Creator, you must cultivate relationship with God through His Word and through prayer. Praise God that through Jesus, we have direct access to Him. This is what you want your children to know and strive for!

Prayer has grown to be such an automatic response within my brain and body that like breathing, I often do not even realize I am speaking to God. When disaster strikes or emergencies arise, my first response is to fall in humble position before my Father and ask Him to carry the load. Even when the situation is too critical for prayer because time is urgent, my mind and mouth utter the sweet words that bring me comfort and peace each time I say His name aloud. Jesus.

Just like every aspect of your faith life, prayer must be something you pursue. Once you realize that you require this lifeline and discipline in your walk with the Lord, you will establish methods to ensure that you connect through worship, praise, and petition.

Prayer exposes your core belief system.

Kneeling before your Lord in supplication, whether literally or through heart and mindset, is a natural extension of your personal relationship with and belief in Him.

Your reliance on prayer exhibits your dependence on God, humbling your position with Him, and proving the level of your reliance on Him.

How do you teach your children a lifestyle of prayer? First, you establish connection with God through Christ, then through prayer. An important question to ponder shouldn’t be how do you teach prayer, but rather, by Whom do you establish this access. Jesus is your life and prayer model. As I said earlier, because of Christ, you can approach God boldly through prayer. Teaching this truth to your children begins building the basics of their foundation in Christ.

A consistent prayer life molds your child’s mind and heart.

God works in you, enabling you to become a godlier mother. God works in your children as they observe your lifestyle of praise, repentance, and thanksgiving through prayer. He transforms the character of you and your children as you each humbly submit to God through prayer.

When God sent His Son to earth, it wasn’t simply to offer His life as a sacrifice for our sins (as wonderful as that is). God stepped into this world to exist and walk among us. He came to show us exactly how to live and how to pray.

I also believe it’s important to consider the difference in time periods (when Jesus lived versus now). Obviously, Jesus had to live when He did in order for events to occur as God ordained, but beyond that, if you examine the way of life during that time compared to current lifestyle, you probably agree that your life is much easier. Yet, despite daily requirements for survival, chores, and occupation, then later the pressures and demands of His ministry, Jesus still consistently created time to spend communicating with His Heavenly Father. God was His Source of life. Nothing else could sustain Him.

Our lifestyles occupy every second of our day and keep us permanently distracted with work, activities, electronics, and hobbies. But all souls were created with a deep need to be nurtured and refreshed by God. Our minds need the interaction, guidance, and wisdom that only He can supply. We were not created for constant preoccupation with earthly diversions. Our heart, mind, and spirit crave much more than this world could ever provide.

Teach your children to crave Christ, not culture.

Romans 12:2 says, “And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.”

How do you follow the instructions of Romans 12:2? By studying, knowing, and applying God’s Word. Also, by heeding the words in the following verse.

Colossians 4:2 says, “Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.”

Build relationship with God through Christ, God’s Word, and prayer. What a gift you have received that God entrusts you to model and mentor these truths to your children.

Remember, Jesus, through His perfect example of Son seeking Father, committed to sacrificingfor God. He willingly planned and enjoyed spending time with His Father.

To stand in the presence of God was Jesus’s desire, His lifeline.

Christ devoted Himself to constant communication and set-apart prayer times with the Father. How often do you sacrifice for time with God? Are you teaching your child to sacrifice and make time for God? Not out of duty, but to create relationship. Prayer opens the door to hearing and speaking to the Father, building deep relationship.

Since Jesus is our mentor for connection to the Father, let’s examine two important aspects of the way He prayed.

1. Jesus prayed without ceasing. His breath and thoughts coexisted in behavior and habitsof praise developed through reliance on and relationship with God through prayer. Because He built relationship, Jesus existed in a constant state of heart and prayer connection with His Father.

2. Jesus prepared for prayer. His mind and attitude were prepared to hearGod. His heart was primed. As you bow before God with petition, your personal sins must be released. You should seek repentance and restoration with your Heavenly Father before imploring Him with requests. In other words, your communication should consistently be prioritized, and your walk refreshed moment by moment as you humbly submit to Christ. Relationship with God is a mutualand emotional connection requiring your commitment and diligence for it to flourish.

James 5:16 reminds us, “The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.”

Instead of bowing before the Lord without much forethought, or asking others who appear “godlier” in their Christian walk to carry your prayer burdens, Jesus modeled the way for you to open yourself to intentional personal time with God. There is absolutely nothing wrong with asking others to petition the Lord for you or for you to pray for others. Intercessory prayer is important for several reasons, but in order to grow and deepen your connection with God, you need intimate, intentional, individual moments to share undisturbed, undistracted time with Him. If you are unable to spend this solitary time with God, you will never be able to teach your children to desire or know howto be with Him in prayer.

Obviously, the easiest way to create this special time in prayer is to simply begin. Do so with the determination that you will persist until regularity is established. Genuineand connected relationship is the goal, not a fancy, complicated system. Meeting with God can be as simple as getting up early or staying up late or carving out time through the day. If a special area needs to be designated, use a spare room, or an area in an existing space, such as a favorite desk or chair. A piece of floor in the closet may also work. You don’t even need a certain place, but you do need your heart to be prepared. The goal is to come before the Lord in prayer at special times through the day, but also to be in constant communion with God as your thoughts intermingle with His like breathing.

It is also important to analyze why you want to pray. Do you view the time as a way to mark a box off of your spiritual checklist? 

Or do you crave a personal relationship with Christ that deepens daily? Knowing and understanding why you want to pray will enable you to properly teach your children.

Personal needs, needs of loved ones, friend requests, requests from church members, world issues, prayer for leaders and pastors, family needs, and prayers to draw nearer to God are common requests to lift to God. As you continue to develop your relationship with Christ and live with a deeper eternal perspective, you recognize many more topics to carry to God in quiet time, as well as lifting praise, offering repentance, and gratitude. We need the Lord so much in every way as we journey through this life and prepare for the next. How beautiful it is to teach your children at a young age so they will live a life in fullness of communication with their Heavenly Father.

It is important to remember that Jesus taught us to examine our relationship with our Heavenly Father, the reasons we pray, and the routine in which we pray. Let’s stop to look at more prayer basics. In order to honor God and teach your children to pray in the most honoring, effective ways, these reminders are essential. Remember, start with the basics we talked about early in this episode. Deepen your personal prayer walk, and guide your children in how to build and mature their prayer life as they grow. Depth won’t happen overnight, but you will have a plan to nurture the gift of prayer.

1. Prayer does not have to be fancy. Be faithful, be authentic; speak from your heart. Be focused on your Heavenly Father. Distractions come so quickly! Try to keep from wondering how much longer you should pray, whether the kids are going to come busting through the door, or whether it’s time to eat. 1 Kings 8:28says, “Yet regard the prayer of Your servant and his supplication, O Lord my God, and listen to the cry and the prayer which Your servant is praying before You today.” Begin by coming before the God of all creation. Begin or deepen your relationship with Him. He wants you.

2. Pray with confidence formed through a secure and growing relationship with Jesus. Psalm 55:1-2a says, “Give ear to my prayer, O God, and do not hide Yourself from my supplication. Attend to me, and hear me.” You can approach His throne with assurance that He hears and sees you.

3. Always pray in alignment with scripture and the character of God. Psalm 139:23says, “Examine me, O God, and know my mind; test me, and discover my thoughts.” A deep prayer relationship with the Lord will align your heart and desires to His, not require God to fulfill your wishes or whims.

4. Trust that prayer works. When you don’t know what to pray, the Holy Spirit willintercede. Romans 8:26 says, “Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words.” If you are a follower of Christ, you are guaranteed that the Holy Spirit is alive and active within you. When you carry intense pressure, heavy concerns, or are in deep emotional, mental, physical, financial, or spiritual pain, and you don’t have the words you need to express yourself, the Spirit intercedes because He searches your heart, knows the mind of your Father, and makes intercession for the saints according to the will of God (Romans 8:27). What a holy, beautiful truth to teach your children about the grace and goodness of God.

5. Rest in knowing that God hears. He is at work. Psalm 102:17 says, “He shall regard the prayer of the destitute, and shall not despise their prayer.” Psalm 55:16-17 says, “As for me, I will call upon God, and the Lord shall save me. Evening and morning and at noon I will pray, and cry aloud, and He shall hear my voice.” Trust that even if His answer is not what youdesired, it is good, God-honoring, and will grow your walk with Him if you humbly submit.

6. Remain in prayerful attitude, even when not physically praying. This so important to apply in your life and to mentor to your watching children. Colossians 4:2 says, “Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.” Your attitude, words, actions, and reactions are seen. What you do matters and impresses morethan what you say.

7. Consider fasting. But if you choose to do so, keep it between you and the Lord. Mark 9:29 says, “So He said to them, “This kind can come out by nothing but prayer and fasting.” Prayerfully determine whether you need to fast. Fasting is something God would direct us to do or is a sacrifice we willingly and privately make for Him. It is not only abstaining from food, but may be anything that pulls us from Him. Something that your heart desires more than God such as television, shopping, video games, phones, social media, etc. can be lifted in sacrifice to God for a season or permanently.

8. Live with gratitude, whether or not your prayer is answered the way you want God to answer, and even when His timing is not want you desire. Your attitude easily dictates the future of your faith journey. 2 Corinthians 4:15 says, “All this is for your benefit, so that the grace that is reaching more and more people may cause thanksgiving to overflow to the glory of God.” I waited approximately 43 years for God to answer my prayer that my dad stop drinking. The answer was not in the way I hoped for or expected, but God’s answer was intimate and in a way that was personal to my father and myself.

9. Listen and evaluate what you believe God reveals to you through prayer. Make sure it is from Him. Does it align with His nature and word? Psalm 18:30says, “As for God, His way is perfect; The word of the LORD is proven; He is a shield to all who trust in Him.”

10. Lift God’s word to Him in prayer. Power flows from the word of God. Isaiah 55:11says, “So shall My word be that goes forth from My mouth; It shall not return to Me void, But it shall accomplish what I please, And it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it.” Using prayer in praise and petition works mightily. A beautiful way to begin prayer time is to pray scripture that praises God and Who He is. Praying scripture also connects your heart to God and prepares you to worship and petition more as He would desire. God’s holy word is highly effective and never returns void.

11. Model prayer life after Jesus. Growing and sustaining a godly walk with His Father was a top priority for Jesus. He knew His reason for being on earth and was devoted to knowing, trusting, and making God known. Various scriptures attest to the life Jesus led through prayer. Proverbs 15:8says, “The Lord detests the sacrifice of the wicked, but the prayer of the upright pleases Him.” Jesus was deliberate about the way He approached His Heavenly Father and the way He prayed because of His reverence and love for God.

I’m so thankful we have instructions through God’s Word and the Holy Spirit inside to advise, train, and discipline us in our walk with God and prayer life. What a joyful blessing we have that Jesus Himself left instructions on how to pray!

Remember, Jesus modeled a perfect prayer life. He also often sought and found ways to be alone with His Heavenly Father. Luke 5:16 says, “So He Himself often withdrew into the wilderness and prayed.” How do we expect to hear God speaking or guiding us when we are always distracted and preoccupied? Jesus knew the importance of solitude. He respected and honored His Father enough to ensure that He made the time.

Here are three other examples of Jesus seeking the Father in private.

Matthew 14:23 says, “After he had dismissed them, he went up on a mountainside by himself to pray. Later that night, he was there alone.”

Luke 6:12 says, “One of those days Jesus went out to a mountainside to pray, and spent the night praying to God.”

Mark 1:35 says, “Now in the morning, having risen a long while before daylight, He went out and departed to a solitary place; and there He prayed.”

God gave His Holy word, so full of godly wisdom and instruction, as well as the perfect living example of truth and light - Jesus, God in flesh, who walked among us, the template, the way to serve, love, and honor Him.

God knows the season you’re currently in. He understands your heart, motives, and desires. Attune your heart and mind to His. Prayerfully ask Him to lead and guide you to make the time He desires you to share with Him. Most productive habits develop through daily or lifelong routines. After being established, we usually don’t even think of them as they become a necessary part of our life. Continue maturing your walk with Christ so you will be the guide leading your children to the perfect role model, Jesus. Then show them how to communicate with the One who desires their presence now and for eternity.

Dear Heavenly Father, You are the Great I Am. You are the Maker of Heaven and Earth. No one compares to You. Thank you for enabling us to have easy and instant access to You through Jesus. How well You have gone before us and provided all we need to know and follow You. Thank you for Your loving kindness to us. Help us live with our eyes, mind, and heart focused on You. Help us make time to study and apply Your Word in our life. Help us to communicate intimately with You through the gift of prayer. Equip us to mentor prayer to our children so they will clearly know and communicate with You in pleasing and loving ways that bring You honor and joy. Thank you for loving us first and calling us to Yourself. Help our children heed Your call in every way You desire. In the precious name of Jesus I pray. Amen.

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