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A Teacher’s Prayer for his/ her Students

Thank you, Father, in the name of Jesus as I lift up my students before you. I am privileged and honored to touch their

lives and demonstrate Christ to them. Thank you for the love of God that is poured in my heart by the Holy Ghost. It is

that love that graces me to love each student and to see each one as a seed of greatness, God’s workmanship in Christ

Jesus. I thank you for your Grace being sufficient for me to complete my assignment at __(name of school)__. I declare

my students are exceptional learners, apt pupils and conscientious workers. They are respectful of authority and esteem

those who are in authority. They respect their fellow classmates as well. I do not allow any corrupt communication to

come out of my mouth concerning my students. I speak only what will edify and bring Grace to my students. My classroom

is a classroom of Peace, Safety, Calm and Serenity because Jesus, the Prince of Peace reigns. Our protection, preservation

and peace are in Christ Jesus. I apply the Blood over my classroom declaring no evil or demonic spirit shall prevail

here – no disease or plaque shall come near this classroom – a thousand may fall at our side and ten thousand at our

right hand but it shall not prevail against us. Angels guard and protect my class room. I am not anxious or troubled

over test scores. My confidence is in the finished works of Jesus. Our scores soar because Jesus is the source of all

increase. I yield to the Holy Spirit as my helper and strengthener. He leads and guides me into all truth concerning my

students. He is my inside guide and reveals strategies and lesson plans to implement. My School year is a successful

year because of the presence of God with us. This is our best school year ever because God has perfected all things that

concern us.

Scripture Focus: Romans 5:5; 2 Corinthians 12:9; Romans 13:1-3; Ephesians 4:29; John 14:27; Psalm 91: Revelation 12:11; Psalm 115:14; John 16:13; Psalm 16:1; Psalm 138:8

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