Prayer After Class – Closing Prayers For Online and In-Person Classes

These prayers after class will assist you with closing prayers, whether you are an instructor or a student in online or in-person classes.

(UPDATED) After your online or in-person classes, you might be asked to say a closing prayer if you teach or study at a Christian university. This is especially true in countries where Christianity is practiced by the majority.

Not only will you feel blessed every time a class ends, but a prayer after class provides spiritual unity and inspiration for your classmates and everyone inside a room, virtually or physically. Prayer can strengthen a person's intention and inspire them to do their best in studying or teaching while seeking spiritual guidance from the divine.

It can also serve as a reflection on what they have learned in class and a thank you to the Lord for the knowledge they have gained.

An instructor might do or ask their students to say a prayer. A prayer can be memorized from Christian Prayers, but it can also come from the heart as we can thank the Lord with our own words. You can read the prayers we wrote in iTacloban below and use them after class.

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What are good closing prayers after a class?


Holy and Almighty God, 

We are grateful to you, Lord, for all the blessings and learnings that you have bestowed upon us. We are grateful that You have made it possible for us to learn about the knowledge in this world, and we thank You for keeping us attentive to the lesson.

God, Another thing we appreciate is how You encourage us to keep trying even when we fail. We are confident that you will continue to encourage and guide us in everything we do.

We beg you to give us the ability to always love You and carry out Your will with open hearts and minds. We also wish our instructor and classmates good health so that we can continue our excellent education. Amen.

Dear Lord, 

We are thankful for today because we learned new things. We thank our excellent instructor for teaching us, and we, the students, are grateful to be here today, knowing that we have taken another step toward completing our studies with this class.

We appreciate Your guidance in keeping us lively and thirsty for learning as we go again and meet another time for this subject. We are here because of Your loving efforts, and we are grateful for every blessing and grace You bestow on us.

Thank you once more for this wonderful class and opportunity in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.


Merciful Father,

We are thankful to you, Lord, for the gifts of knowledge, understanding, and wisdom that you bestowed on each and every one of us throughout this class.

We offer this prayer in the hopes that everything we have learned and accomplished today will help us develop into responsible people, missionaries of good works, and individuals who are committed to and competent in their work. 

We entrust all of the difficulties we will experience in this difficult situation to you. We lay out for you all our worries and the unpredictability that we have to contend with at this moment.

Father, You are the wellspring from which love, affection, and mercy flow. Through Christ, our Lord, we hope and pray that you will hear us. Amen.

What is a good prayer after class?

If you are a student and are asked to lead a short prayer after class, you may choose to pray from your heart or pray prayers such as Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be. You can also say the following prayer that we wrote:

Dear Heavenly Father,

We are grateful to You for this wonderful opportunity, through which we have gained new knowledge today. We are also grateful for our teachers' expertise and experience, which will help us have a better future in our profession or in life.

We wish everyone good health as we prepare to meet again for the next round of discussions. Lord, please shower us with your mercy and wisdom. We thank You for everything, Lord, and we ask that You always be with us in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.


Conclusion

Closing prayers in a classroom or school should come from the heart as an acknowledgment of the divine's role in providing us with hope on a daily basis. It is also an expression of gratitude to the instructors and teachers who guide us through their teachings.

We hope that this prayer we have written here in iTacloban will assist you in your educational endeavors. —iTacloban

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