Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep Prayer

Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep Prayer

A bedtime prayer for little ones. This is a classic bedtime prayer from the 19th century that has been passed down through many generations. The last time I said this prayer as an adult was when my son was born in 2001, and now I’m saying it again with my granddaughter!

Now I lay me down to sleep,

Now I lay me down to sleep,

I pray the Lord my soul to keep.

If I should die before I wake,

I pray the Lord my soul to take.

I pray the Lord my soul to keep.

While prayer may be the last thing on your mind when you’re in the middle of a difficult situation, it’s actually one of the best ways to feel better. Prayer is a way to connect with God, and by connecting with Him, we can receive comfort and guidance during challenging times. Prayer also helps us express love for God; simply talking about how much we appreciate Him can help us feel closer to Him.

Some people use prayer as an opportunity to thank God for all His blessings and grace in their lives. Others use it as a way to ask for help from above when they feel like they need extra support or guidance in their daily lives. If there’s something specific that’s troubling you or making you sad, try saying this prayer:

If I shall die before I wake,

Now I lay me down to sleep,

I pray the Lord my soul to keep.

If I shall die before I wake,

I pray the Lord my soul to take.

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I pray the Lord my soul to take.

I pray the Lord my soul to take.

If I should die before I wake,

I pray the Lord my soul to take.

When we are born, we are innocent and pure in God’s eyes. But as we grow older and make decisions on our own, we become tainted by sin and our hearts become dark. We cannot go directly into heaven because of this taint on our souls; therefore, Jesus came down from heaven to Earth: born of a virgin mother who had never known a man (Matthew 1:18-25) so that he could be sacrificed upon a cross for us (1 Corinthians 15:3-4). His blood was shed for us so that we would not have to be separated from Him forever; rather than going straight into hell after death, those who accept Christ’s sacrifice will go immediately into heaven where they can rejoice with Him forevermore (John 14:1-7).

God bless Mommy and Daddy,

  • God bless Mommy and Daddy.
  • God bless Sister and Brother, too.
  • God bless all my friends.
  • God bless teachers at school
  • Grandparents and grandparents.
  • Aunts, uncles, cousins and all the other relatives you love dearly who live far away from you or have passed on to heaven.
  • Your friends from school or work who are like family to you in your heart.
  • Teachers who have helped guide your life as a student, worker or professional person in some way (teachers at all levels of education).
  • All pets that have been loved by members of your family over the years (this includes dogs & cats but also fish & birds etc.).
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And all my friends

If you would like to add more people to the prayer, you can do so by adding the names of your friends and family members who need prayers.

For example: “And all my friends [name], [name], [name], and [name].”

You may also want to consider adding other people who are sick or in need of help. These could be friends, family members or even strangers who have been affected by tragedy or illness.

And teachers at school.

Teachers are important to us, and I think it’s because they can help us learn. They help us learn to read and write, and they help us learn to do math. But most importantly, they teach us how to pray.

A bedtime prayer for little ones

Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep Prayer

Now I lay me down to sleep,

I pray the Lord my soul to keep.

If I should die before I wake,

I pray the Lord my soul to take.