For students of all ages, the end of the school year (or semester) may be a difficult and stressful time. As examinations draw near, schedules get busier, and there is an endless list of things to accomplish, the pressure grows. Preparing for an examination is an extremely important period in the life of a student.
It is time, energy, and money-consuming as it determines whether you will move to the next level of the academic ladder. It can be really overwhelming. Because of this, most often during examinations, students will not have time to engage themselves in serious prayer. However, wise students ask their friends, family members, and other well-wishers to pray for them while they are being examined.
Any Christian student can obtain excellent results if he or she is not lazy and does all that is expected of him or her before, during, and after examinations. As a Christian student, you are destined to excel and outshine your immediate peers, and as such, you ought to work and pray hard at all times in order to beat even the best students. While your family members are praying for you, you should also find time to pray for yourself and your examination.
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Prayers for Academic Success
- Let the anointing of excellence fall upon me in the examination hall, in the name of Jesus.
- Favor of God to answer all questions correctly, fall upon me in the name of Jesus.
- O Lord, arise and help me in the ongoing examination, in the name of Jesus.
- Fire of God, burn every enemy of me in this examination, in the name of Jesus.
- Any evil power that is attacking my memory be frustrated, in the name of Jesus.
- O Lord, let examination materials work perfectly in my hands in the name of Jesus.
- Let the favor of God and His mercy manifest in my life in the name of Jesus.
- By the power of God, I receive the power to give accurate answers to satisfy the examiners, in the name of Jesus.
- Every yoke of failure in my life, break to pieces, in the name of Jesus.
- Let the angel of God stand by me and guard my memory, in the name of Jesus.