Take a look at the 16 praying wallpapers of Jesus Christ given above. They are of huge dimensions, ideal to be set as your desktop background image. Click on any of the above thumbnail image of the wallpaper to see it in full original size. Then you can save the image to your computer and set it as your desktop wallpaper image.

Did Jesus Pray? How many time did Jesus pray?

“In the great events and crowning periods of His life, we find Jesus in prayer…. No man prayed as he prayed. Prayer was the secret of His power, the law of His life, the inspiration of His toil, and the source of His joy, His communion and strength. To Christ Jesus prayer occupied no secondary place, but was a necessity…. Jesus was always a busy man, but never too busy to pray. With Him even God’s work must not crowd out praying. Saving people from sin or suffering must not, even with Christ, be substituted for praying, nor abate in the least the time or the intensity of these holiest of seasons” (E.M. Bounds).

Yes, Jesus was pre-eminently the Man of Prayer, and the Pattern of Prayer. On many different occasions we read of the Lord praying, some of which are listed below. One cannot properly be called a follower of Jesus Christ who does not spend much time in prayer, for He is our Example, that we should follow His steps (1 Peter 2:21).

Occasions when Jesus prayed in public

1. At His baptism, “Jesus also being baptized and praying” (Luke 3:21).
2. At Capernaum, at the beginning of His ministry, “Rising up a great while before day” (Mark 1:35; Luke 5:16).
3. On the occasion of choosing the twelve apostles (Luke 6:12).
4. After the miracle of the loaves (Mark 6:46).
5. Before Peter’s confession of Him as the Christ (Luke 9:18).
6. On the mount of transfiguration (Luke 9:28,29).
7. When He taught His disciples to pray (Luke 11:1).
8. When He raised Lazarus from the dead (John 11:41,42).
9. The prayer in view of his sufferings (John 12:27,28).
10. The Lord’s prayer (John 17).
11. His intercessory prayer for Peter (Luke 22:32).
12. The prayer in Gethsemane before His sufferings (Luke 22:39-46).
13. His prayer for His murderers when nailed to the Cross (Luke 23:34).
14. At His death, giving up His Spirit to His Father (Luke 23:46).

We are sure all of you will love these 16 wallpapers of our Lord Jesus Christ praying. Make one of these Jesus praying wallpaper as your screen background so that you are reminded of the great importance of constant connection to our Creator through prayer.  God bless you all.