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Luther's Morning Prayer Poster Download

Luther's morning prayer has been well loved by the church for years. Luther’s words accompany many of us each morning as we talk with God.

As Lutherans, we learn this prayer in childhood. We read our catechisms and center ourselves in our Lord's words. This prayer begs to be used in our daily lives, and we can only benefit from making it part of our daily routine. What better way than a Luther's Morning Prayer poster? Something to remind you daily to engage in prayer to your Lord.

Our design team created a beautiful poster for you to put up on your walls and even Pinterest boards. The beautiful design takes Luther's classic prayer and makes it a must hang for any classroom, home, or church.

 

Download Luther's Morning Prayer Poster

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