Friday, April 26, 2013

Test Prayer 10

Dear Christian educators,

Prayer is a teacher's most powerful tool. What a gift it is to take it all to the Lord. It is no different during high-stakes testing. Throughout the year we prepare the students to the best of our ability and then we administer the test and wait. As you come to the close of this year's testing season, give special thanks to God for His help to prepare the students this year and deliver the test these few days and to be able to not dwell on it. It's just a test, yet in our world's it has become so much more. Measure it up against eternity and it's still just a test. Thank you for joining us on this 10 days of Test Prayers.

Ps. 32:6 - Therefore let all the faithful pray to you while you may be found; surely the rising of the mighty waters will not reach them.

Dear Lord,

Thank You for perspective. Help us to see through Your eyes, if that is even possible. With You a day is as a thousand years. Help us not to be anxious about test results and lean on You for the rest of the year. Lord, please bless our students as they tend to quit after the testing period. Help us to finish strong. We need creativity, inspiration and energy. You are the Creator of them all. Help us to tap into Your creative powers for the next few weeks. Give us inspiration for our lessons. Help us not to let down. We definitely need energy! Lord, thank You for blessing our school community. We look to You for all our answers and are growing in our prayer dependency.  We love You! Amen.

As always, I am
Prayerfully dependent


Karen C. Seddon
CEAI, State Director, Florida

Note: To more fully understand the 16-9 Movement, please read the first blog entry by  clicking here.

Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) is the only professional association in the United States specifically for Christian educators in public schools.  CEAI protects our members first in prayer, next with excellent professional liability insurance and other benefits while helping them live out their high calling as a Christian in the public school.  

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