A workplace is a stressful place. Whether you’re working in an office, or in another profession that leaves you feeling drained at the end of the day, it can be difficult to remember why you work so hard. The reason is different for everyone—but a good inspirational prayer can help remind us why we do what we do. I’ve collected a few below to share with your coworkers, friends, and family members. May they help you stay focused on your purpose throughout the day!
Good Inspirational Prayers For The Workplace
1. Prayers for Healing
Prayer for Healing
- Prayer for Healing of the Sick
- Prayer for the Sick
- Prayer for the Sick and Dying
- Prayer for the Sick at Home
- Prayer for the Terminally Ill
2. Prayer for Grace and Kindness
If you’re having a hard time getting through the day, remember to pray for grace and kindness.
Prayer can be an incredible tool in helping you cope with stressful or difficult situations. The following prayers will help you stay positive, patient, and focused on what matters most:
- Prayer for Grace and Kindness
`Lord, give me grace and mercy in my weakness. Help me to be strong today as I face challenges at work. Give me wisdom to guide my decisions so that they bring peace rather than pain – both in myself and those around me. `
3. Prayer for Guidance
Prayer for Guidance (1)
Lord, you know my thoughts; You understand everything I do. You see me when I’m at work and when I’m with my friends.
You know that my love for you is strong and pure, even though I may not show it often enough. Show me how to make it grow every day, so that one day we’ll be together again in heaven. Keep me focused on what’s important: keeping peace within myself, staying calm in difficult situations, making decisions that will lead to success at work—and knowing when the time has come to move on from this job so that others can benefit from its blessings as well! Let Your will be done!
I pray this in Jesus’ name – Amen!“`
4. Prayer for Patience
God is the source of all patience. He is patient with us, and He can give us patience in our lives. When we are struggling to be patient, God can help us to be patient by giving us the strength and wisdom needed to carry out His will.
God will help you be patient with others by drawing you closer to Him so that your heart may be filled with love for them. You will then find it easier to forgive those who have wronged you or hurt your feelings because they were unable to control their actions or emotions at the time.
5. Prayer for Wisdom
When you’re working at the office, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle-and-bustle of everyday life. You might find yourself struggling with problems at work, or feeling like you’re not making a difference in your job. This is when it can be helpful to pray for wisdom—you don’t need to do this every day, but doing so every once in a while will help remind you that God wants more than anything else for us to live fruitful lives and accomplish great things.
Praying for wisdom will help you make better decisions, be more effective at your job, and ultimately be more productive. When we ask God for His guidance and assistance through prayer, He gives us wisdom and discernment on how best to handle our circumstances here on earth (James 1:5).
6. Prayer for Peace of Mind
Prayer for Peace of Mind
In the workplace, peace of mind is a state of being that is free from stress, anxiety, and fear. It’s a place where you can be yourself without worrying about what others think. It’s a place where you don’t have to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders.
It’s also a place where people can work together toward common goals with respect for everyone’s differences and uniqueness – regardless of gender, race or religion – all while having fun doing it!
7. We should be praying often at work.
Our prayers should be for our co-workers, both in the immediate vicinity and across the globe. Prayers should focus on their needs and concerns. For example, you might ask for the safety of your boss who travels frequently and has been known to go missing at times. You might also seek guidance for a coworker who’s having trouble finding reliable childcare while they’re at work.
You can also pray for yourself at work, such as when you’re feeling stressed out or overwhelmed by responsibilities. If you don’t have time during your lunch break to do so, try making an appointment with yourself to sit down at your desk after dinner each night before bedtime; this way it won’t interfere with any other appointments or meetings that may have been scheduled into your schedule (and vice versa).
If there is an issue within our company or organization that requires prayerful consideration—whether internal or external—we should seek God’s wisdom about how we can best address it with Him first (Romans 12:1).
In today’s society, we are often bombarded with negativity. When you work hard each day, it can become very difficult to keep a positive attitude. One way to help combat negativity is by praying at work. This can be done individually or as a group. If you are looking for some guidance on what these prayers should include, here are some examples that you may find helpful! You don’t have to follow these word-for-word, but they provide a good starting point when crafting your own prayerful thoughts before heading into the office each day