The prayers of people in the Bible soar to inspirational highs and plummet to the devastating lows of human experience. Spending time with the prayers of the Bible reminds us that no matter what we face, we can be genuine and forthcoming in our discourse with God.


Crossword Bible Studies enable you to spend time in God’s Word because the answer to every clue is found in the words of the Bible. Each clue contains a quote from the King James Version of the Bible and at the end of the clue is the verse reference. Simply look up the verse and fill in the blank to complete your puzzle.


These reproducible puzzles are challenging enough for adults, but simple enough for kids because of the fill-in-the-blank format. Each puzzle contains 35-45 clues, making it a quick and enjoyable way to spend a few minutes in the Bible.


Whether you’re looking for crosswords for adults or reproducible Bible puzzles for your church or school, Crossword Bible Studies will meet the need. Consider giving a copy of this reproducible book to your church because Bible crossword puzzles make fun take-home papers.


Let’s review:

  • Reproducible crossword puzzles
  • King James Version (1611)
  • Each clue cites the verse reference
  • 35-45 clues for each puzzle
  • Fill-in-the-blank clue format
  • Suitable for ages 8 to 108



  • Abraham: A Prayer for Justice (Genesis 18:16-33)
  • Moses and Miriam: A Prayer of Praise (Exodus 15)
  • Moses: A Prayer for God’s Presence (Exodus 33)
  • Moses: A Prayer in the Midst of Discouragement (Numbers 11:10-35)
  • Moses: A Prayer Appealing to God’s Honor (Numbers 14)
  • Hannah: A Silent Prayer from a Barren Woman (1 Samuel 1)
  • Hannah: A Prayer of Praise (1 Samuel 2:1-10)
  • Samuel: A Prayer Initiated by God in the Night (1 Samuel 3)
  • Samuel: A Still Small Voice (1 Samuel 16:1-12)
  • David: A Prayer of Thanks (2 Samuel 7:18-29)
  • David: A Prayer in Song (2 Samuel 22)
  • Solomon: A Prayer for Wisdom (1 Kings 3)
  • Solomon: A Prayer of Dedication (1 Kings 8:12-61)
  • Elijah: A Prayer Appealing to God’s Honor (1 Kings 18)
  • Hezekiah: A Prayer for Deliverance form Enemies (2 Kings 19)
  • Hezekiah: A Prayer for Longer Life (2 Kings 20:1-11)
  • Jehoshaphat: A Prayer for Help (2 Chronicles 20)
  • Ezra: A Priestly Prayer for the Sins of the People (Ezra 9:6-15)
  • Nehemiah: A Prayer for God’s Favor (Nehemiah 1:4-11)
  • Levites: A Prayer for Refugees (Nehemiah 9)
  • Job: A Prayer against Injustice (Job 10)
  • Isaiah: A Prayer Brings Cleansing (Isaiah 6)
  • Isaiah: A Prayer for Peace (Isaiah 26)
  • Isaiah: A Prayer for Mercy (Isaiah 63:15 – 64:12)
  • Jeremiah: A Prayer Doubting God’s Goodness (Jeremiah 20:7-13)
  • Jeremiah: A Prayer of Lament (Lamentations 3)
  • Jeremiah: A Prayer for the Oppressed (Lamentations 5)
  • Daniel: A Prayer of Confession (Daniel 9)
  • Jonah: A Desperate Prayer (Jonah 2)
  • Habakkuk: A Prayer of Faith (Habakkuk 3)
  • Jesus:  A Prayer for All Disciples (John 17)
  • Believers: A Prayer for a Bold Witness (Acts 4:23-31)
  • Believers: A Gathering of Prayer for Peter in Prison (Acts 12)
  • A Jubilant Crowd in Heaven: The Prayers of Glorified Saints (Revelation 19:1-10)

Prayers of the Bible (Crossword Bible Studies)