Baby Shower Prayers

Religion plays important role in the lives of many people. It can easily be incorporated in the theme and atmosphere of a baby shower. A baby is a blessing and a gift from God that so many couples are praying for. Bible verses and blessing can be beautifully integrated in the party theme.

 

If you are organizing a baby shower, you are probably wondering about the best way to incorporate religion in the event. Use the following tips and verses to come up with beautiful cards, decorations and banners that reflect on faith.

 

When to Use Prayers and Bible Verses

The baby shower is a wonderful occasion, dedicated to the expectation of a child. It is the best way for friends and relatives to get together and to spend quality time with the mom-to-be.

 

Faith and religion are two good themes, especially if the majority of guests and the mom-to-be are believers.

 

Organizing a baby shower that incorporates religion in its theme can be relatively easy. You can discover banners and Christian decorations in numerous stores. Making the decorations yourself is a viable alternative, as well. You will need blessings and Bible verses that are suitable for the occasion.

 

Appropriate Baby Shower Blessings and Prayer Wording

Blessings can be included in cards, banners and table centerpieces. Blessings can be found in the Bible and they can also be written on your own. To make it extra special and unique, write the blessings yourself. They will be more personal and occasion-specific.

 

Bible blessings can be discovered effortlessly. One option is Psalm 121:7-8: “The Lord will keep you from all harm—He will watch over your life; the Lord will watch over your coming and going both now and forevermore.”

 

Writing blessings yourself is slightly more difficult but the result will be better. The blessing should contain your best wishes. It has to come in a more conservative writing style. Still, make the blessing warm, personalized and emotional.

 

When writing a blessing, you should be addressing the unborn child. This is the main difference between the blessing and the prayer, which is traditionally addressed to the Lord.

 

Here’s another prayer sample:

Lord Let Me Walk With You
Lord let me walk with You
Although my steps are small
Stay beside, hold my hand
And never let me fall.

Amen.

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