Saturday, 28 March 2015

Christian Songs for Kids - Whisper a Prayer.

Previously I talked about not being able to find many powerpoint presentations to illustrate Christian Songs for Kids.

I had got to the point where I was making my own to use in our Church, Sunday School and an After School Bible Club our church runs in a nearby primary school each Monday.


Each month I am going to try to share a song with you 
providing a 

(Powerpoint or Picture or details of how you can make it) 

(chords also available)

(to learn the song) 

Then if you would like to download the visual of the song there will be a link provided to my creation, or I will direct you to where else you can find it.   

This month I am taking the theme of


I thoroughly believe we should teach and encourage children to pray.

The song I have chosen is 


I first got familiar with this song when I got involved in Child Evangelism Fellowship and had a Good News Club in our home before we even had any children ourselves.

I used to have an old circular visual for it (the template was provided by CEF) where there was a circle of card behind another circle which had a sector cut out of it at the top and the two cards were held together by a pin.  The words "Whisper a prayer in"  were written on the front card and also the words "to keep your heart in tune" and as you sang the song you rotated the back circle so that a picture of a rising sun appeared for "morning", a picture of a full sun appeared for "noon" and a picture of a moon came up for "evening".

Recently I designed & made a new (slightly different) visual for it because my old one was so tattered. 


To See a Tutorial of how this visual was made click on the picture above and you will be taken to my other site The Ark Page containing tutorials and other resources for Kids Work.

I like to use this song to settle the children down to be ready to pray.

But it can also be used to teach the children about praying regularly each day and linked in with the story of Daniel.



Whisper a prayer in the morning

Whisper a prayer at noon
Whisper a prayer in the evening
To keep your heart in tune.

God answers prayer in the morning

God answers prayer at noon
God answers prayer in the evening
So keep your heart in tune.


We usually sing this one reverently & quietly without any actions.


To Download a copy of these words with chords for Piano & Guitar click on  

Kids Song Free Printables & Easy Tutorial


My husband likes to experiment with recording music so at different times he has made some recordings for kids songs for me and this is one he made  -  you won't recognize the voices in the recording but you might be able to guess who they belong to.

Special "Thank You" to my husband Fred who looks after the Recordings and the Chords

As far as I can see the author of this song is listed as anonymous for further details 
see here

I did find some info on an arranger of the music see here

If anyone has any further info on this song please let me know.

 I Hope you enjoy the song and this is a help to you.


  1. I also love this little song. We have an Amish Mennonite recording of it that is just precious. Thank you for sharing these gems on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! :)

  2. Your heart for ministering to children through songs that draw them to their Savior is so evident. What wonderful tools you provide.

    I too was by the words of Whisper a Prayer.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Happy Easter!

  3. Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board

  4. What a neat resource, Sandra! Super appreciate it. Thank you for your hard work here.

  5. Thank you for joining the Sunday Small victories linkup. Please join again.

  6. Delightful post for W! Prayers are so special! Add music and it is magic!

    Happy Weekend coming to you,
    artmusedog and carol

  7. A resource that needs to be in every home with young children. They learn from example. I remember praying with my mom as a small child and I did it with all our children too. A great share, thanks Sandra!

  8. This is such a useful resource you’re providing. I remember this song when I was growing up but pretty sure my kids and grandkids don’t know it yet. Thank you for sharing it!