Prayers For The Unemployed

As we search for jobs, it is easy to feel frustrated and angry. But we should remember that our prayers can help us keep a calm mind as we continue to look for work. Praying also lets us remember that God is always with us, even when things seem impossible. We will be able to find comfort in knowing that no matter what happens, God will see us through it all.

Prayers For The Unemployed

We thank you for the work we have been given today.

Thankfulness is a good attitude to have. It is also a good way to start the day, and it can be a good way to start a prayer as well. It is also essential for cultivating gratitude in our lives, which we all need more of. When we are thankful for what we have, it reminds us of what God has provided for us—and that helps us appreciate him more. The Bible tells us that “the Lord has done great things for me,” but sometimes it’s easy to forget those things when you are faced with challenges or trials (Psalm 40:2).

When we begin our day by thanking God for what he has given us and saying thank-you throughout our day, it will help keep us focused on Him instead of on our problems or frustrations with life in general—or even just being out at work today!

Give every one of us the hope to maintain a calm, peaceful mind as we search.

Give every one of us the hope to maintain a calm, peaceful mind as we search.

Hope is a powerful force. It’s a gift from God that can be shared with others who are suffering and in need of encouragement. Let your hope work in them as they face their own struggles, knowing that you are there with them and around them still. Help them see that there will be an end to this struggle at some point in time, whether it’s through employment or through death; but that when they get through all this difficulty, they will have something amazing waiting for them on the other side: peace and joy–and most importantly–YOU!

Thank you for your grace that balances our needs, and our needs and wants.

Grace is a gift from God. Grace is undeserved, unmerited, and unearned. Grace is God’s favor given to you despite any amount of sinfulness or lack of merit in your life. When you receive grace, you are accepting that the love God has for you trumps everything else—even your ability to love yourself.

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When we are in need of grace it can be hard to accept because so much of our identity comes from being self-sufficient and able to provide for our own needs and wants. But when we accept grace as a gift from God rather than something earned by us, we can relax into His care instead of worry about what others think about us (which usually ends up being far more negative than positive anyway).

Thank you for the opportunities that await us in the future.

  • Thank God for the opportunities that await us in the future.
  • Be thankful that you have the skills to do the job.
  • Be thankful that you have the experience to do the job.
  • Be thankful that you have the knowledge to do the job.
  • Be thankful that you have the resources to do your work, whether it be time or money or people who can help with ideas and networking or whatever else it takes for them to find employment again

Help us find the skills and resources to use our time right now in a way that will benefit us all.

  • Do not be afraid to try new things.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help.
  • Don’t let your fears get in the way of asking for a promotion or a raise.
  • Don’t let fear stop you from learning new skills that may help you find a better job.
  • If all else fails, and after several months of searching, consider looking outside your company and industry to find opportunities and solutions that may work best for you at this time in life and career building process; there is no shame in doing so!

Let us not forget those who depend on us.

Remember, there are people in your life who are depending on you. You may have a family or friends, neighbors, members of your church community, people in your neighborhood or even city and state that need your help as well.

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You are not alone in this difficult time so please don’t forget to pray for them as well.

May all those who find employment soon know that they are blessed, and help them remember their blessings in turn.

May all those who find employment soon know that they are blessed, and help them remember their blessings in turn.

May they remember that they have a family who loves them, a home to live in, food to eat and friends to talk with. May they feel blessed by the opportunity to go out into the world each morning and contribute their time and energy while working towards building a better life for themselves and their families.

Keep our minds clear of bitterness and envy as we continue to search.

  • In the midst of our search for a job, we may find that our minds are preoccupied with negative thoughts. These thoughts can take over and make us feel hopeless or depressed. We should not allow this to happen!
  • It is important to be patient and keep looking for work. Remember that there are many other people in the same situation as you who are also looking for employment. There is no need for bitterness or envy in your life; instead, remain hopeful and continue searching for your next position.
  • You may have also heard about others who have been very successful in their careers recently; however, this does not mean that these individuals will always be successful (or even happy). We must remember that everyone has their own path through life—a path which may not include professional success at every point along the way—and we must respect each person’s journey without becoming jealous because it differs from our own experience or ambition levels.

Even when our job search seems impossible, let us remember your promise that no matter what we face, you are with us always.

God is with us. Even when our job search seems impossible, let us remember your promise that no matter what we face, you are with us always.

Even when it feels like we have lost our way and don’t know where to turn, God is there to guide us through the darkness. He has not left us or forsaken us; he will never leave or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5). No matter how far off track we may feel from God’s plan for our lives, he remains faithful in his love for each of us as individuals.

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God’s presence is evident throughout Scripture through stories of individuals who had difficult times but still found themselves surrounded by divine guidance and protection despite their circumstances (e.g., Noah before the flood; Esther during ethnic cleansing). We should take comfort knowing this same power dwells within each of our hearts today!

Praying can be a good source of comfort through difficult times

Praying can be a good source of comfort through difficult times. Here are some things that can help you feel less alone, more hopeful, more confident, more connected to God and other people:

  • Pray alone or with others who are going through similar circumstances. The Bible says we should pray for each other (James 5:16). The Apostle Paul writes about how he would encourage his friends by means of prayer (2 Timothy 1:3).
  • Pray for yourself and others who are experiencing unemployment as well as those who will help them find jobs (1 Timothy 2:1-3). Consider asking God to help calm your frustrations during this time so they don’t lead you into despair or depression.
  • Read the Bible daily; it will give you assurance that no matter what happens in life God will always be there for us (Psalm 23).

Conclusion

We thank you for the work we have been given today. Give every one of us the hope to maintain a calm, peaceful mind as we search. Thank you for your grace that balances our needs and wants. Thank you for the opportunities that await us in the future. Help us find the skills and resources to use our time right now in a way that will benefit us all. Let us not forget those who depend on us; may all those who find employment soon know that they are blessed and help them remember their blessings in turn

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