There are four praying hands images on this page.
Use this antique praying hands image in Sunday school or religion class. It's also great for Thanksgiving Day when we thank God for all His gifts.
It's a classic picture of the way to fold your hands nicely. This ad-free PDF prints 8.5x11" single sided.
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There are four main reasons that we pray:
I love to remember this: ACTS. It makes it easy to share the purpose of prayer to think of this acronym.
We often fold our hands to pray, especially in church. This coloring page shows praying hands by a cross in a stained glass window.
This is a simple praying hands picture for preschool and kindergarten Sunday school class.
When we pray the Rosary, we usually are counting the beads on the rosary. If we have extra prayers, we continue to hold the rosary in folded hands.
This coloring page shows praying hands with a rosary. Learn more about praying the Rosary here.
See more about the Catholic Rosary on these pages:
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