Prayer For Pro Life

Pro Life prayer point: Pray that they reach out to Jesus Christ and receive Him as Savior and Lord. Pray for those in the movement who sacrifice their time, money, and health for the unborn baby. Pray for the unsaved pro-lifers, who are so busy serving their cause that they have no time for God, and His Son Jesus Christ.

This powerful prayer for pro life tells us that if anyone comes in the name of God they should be welcomed, but if anyone causes harm or teaches people to violate God’s commandments, they must leave. This captures the essence of Jesus’ radical pacifist approach to teaching and shows us how we should be welcoming to those who want to save babies from abortion and stop other evils in society.

You can also find topics like Pro Life Prayer Points along with extensive write-ups like Pro Life Prayer Catholic.

Pro Life Prayer Points

Pro Life Prayer Catholic.

Pro prayer life intentions

A pro-life prayer is a prayer that honors and respects all life, including the unborn. It’s also a way to honor the value of every human being and our right to life. A pro-life prayer is a plea for peace in our world, where people are valued and treated with respect.

What does it mean to be pro-life?

Being pro-life implies you think that regardless of your ethnicity, gender identity, or sexual orientation, you were created equal. It entails appreciating every person’s life on an equal basis. Being pro-life means you think we shouldn’t exploit people or treat them like objects for our own amusement or gain. It entails having sympathy for individuals who are in need and offering assistance when possible without causing harm to others (or putting ourselves at risk).

Dear God,

Please bless all the people who are pro-life. May they be blessed with health, wealth, and happiness. May you give them wisdom and understanding to understand what is best for all people. Please help them to see that life begins at conception and endures throughout the entire pregnancy. In Jesus’s name I pray. Amen

Dear Lord, we come to you today with a heavy heart.

It is a sad time for our nation when we can’t even agree on what life is, and how it is sacred. We know that you have given us life and that we need to protect it. We also know that you have given us free will and the ability to choose, but we ask that you help us see things clearly. We ask that you guide those who are deciding what laws should be passed regarding abortion. We pray for those who have had abortions and feel shame or guilt, that they may find healing in their hearts.

We pray for all of those who are pregnant and considering abortion, that they may be aware of the gravity of their decision and find strength in your love and guidance before they make such an important choice.

Dear Lord,

I pray that you help me to understand the value of life. I know that you created us all in your image and likeness, and I am so grateful for that. Please help me to be aware of the fact that every human being has value and deserves to be treated with dignity. Please teach me how to share this message with others in an effective way so that they can understand it as well. I pray for those who are struggling with their own beliefs about abortion, or who have been directly affected by abortion themselves; please give them peace and comfort. Please help me to find ways to help pregnant women make good decisions about their futures and the future of their children. In Jesus’ name, Amen

Dear Lord,

We pray for the unborn. We pray that they are protected, that they are welcomed into families and homes, and that their lives are celebrated. We pray that they are loved and cared for, and that they grow up healthy and free from fear. We pray that they may be protected from violence and hatred, even as we protect them from violence and hatred ourselves. We pray for a world where all children are safe, where every woman can choose what is best for her body, where every child is loved by their parents or guardians, and where no one is judged for who they love or how many children they have.

We ask this in your name. Amen

God, we thank you for the gift of life. We pray that you would guide our leaders, and help them to understand the value of every human life. May they see the importance of protecting the most vulnerable members of society, and may they use their power to build a culture where every person is treated with dignity and respect. As we reflect on the lives lost this week in Parkland, Florida, we pray for peace and healing for those who have been affected by this tragedy.

We also pray for those parents who have chosen to carry their babies to term despite difficult circumstances. May they find strength in knowing that they are loved and supported by so many people who recognize the value of every human being’s life. Help us all to remember that we are all connected through our shared humanity—that no one is outside your reach. Help us to treat each other with kindness and respect no matter what differences exist between us; help us to be aware of our own biases so that we can work towards eliminating them from our hearts and minds; help us develop good habits like using inclusive language so that everyone feels welcome within our community; help us remember that there is always another way to look at things when we’re feeling confused or upset; help

Dear Lord,

We pray for those who have not yet been born. We pray for those who are still in their mother’s womb, waiting to be born.

We pray that we may never forget the sanctity of life, that we may always take into account the value of every human being created by You.

Lord, help us to show love and compassion towards our fellow man and woman. Help us to care for each other in times of need and sorrow, even if they do not share our beliefs or values.

Help us to remember that every child is Your child, and that no one should ever be treated as less than human because of their skin color or gender identity or sexual orientation or disability status or religion or socioeconomic status or any other thing that makes them different from us.

We pray that You would give us the grace to overcome our fear of difference so that we can see all people as equal in Your sight; not just the ones who look like us or act like us but also those who don’t fit into our preconceived notions about what makes someone worthy of respect and dignity.

Forgive us when we fail in this regard; forgive us when we fail each other as human beings because we are sinners just like everyone else

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