Catholic Prayer for Self-Confidence-The Catholic Woman's Voice
Catholic Prayer for Self-ConfidenceThis Catholic Prayer for Self-Confidence can be said whenever you feel discouraged and lacking in confidence.
Catholic Prayer for Self-Confidence
Lord, there are times when I feel so discouraged and limited I feel that I am not worthy of good things. Lord, I ask you to help me to understand how valuable I am to you and that you gave me life for a reason. Help me to lean on you so that through you I can do all the things I have to do daily. Help me to use the talents and gifts that you have given me, confidently. Show me the path that I must take whenever I must make a decision. Destroy every feeling of worthlessly, lack of confidence and distress that has been planted by the enemy in me. Break every cycle of self-doubt and confidence so that I may live out the the purpose you intended for my life. Amen Say three Hail Mary's to invite the Blessed Mother's motherly comfort. Say the following prayer
My Mother, My Confidence Prayer
O MARY Immaculate, the precious name of Mother of Confidence, with which we honor thee, fills our hearts to overflowing with the sweetest consolation and moves us to hope for every blessing from thee. If such a title has been given to thee, it is a sure sign that no one has recourse to thee in vain. Accept, therefore, with a mother's love, our devout homage, as we earnestly beseech thee to be gracious unto us in our every need. Above all do we pray thee to make us live in constant union with thee and thy Divine Son, Jesus. With thee as our guide, we are certain that we shall ever walk in the right way, in such wise that it will be our happy lot to hear thee say on the last day of our life those words of comfort: "Come then, my good and faithful servant; enter thou into the joy of the Lord." Amen.
Scripture Affirmation: "I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me" (Philippians 4:13) The Catholic Prayer for Self-Confidence is an original prayer of the Catholic Woman's Voice. Please email or give attribution if reprinted.