Bible Verses About
Peaceful Sleep For Children


10 Peaceful Sleep Bible Verses for Kids


Sleep Bible Verses



1

You can go to bed without fear; you will lie down and sleep soundly.  

Proverbs 3:24

For the angel of the Lord is a guard; he surrounds and defends all who fear him.

 Psalm 34:7

5

"The Lord himself will fight for you.  Just stay calm."

Exodus 14:14

7

Praise the Lord, you angels, you mighty ones who carry out his plans, listening for each of his commands.  

Psalm 103:20

9

For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.  

2 Timothy1:7 

"My Presence will go with you, and I will give you rest."

 Exodus 33:14

4

In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, O Lord, will keep me safe.

Psalm 4:8

6

  "I am leaving you with a gift - peace of mind and heart.  And the peace I give is a gift the world cannot give.  So don't be troubled or afraid."  

John 14:27

8

Yes, praise the Lord, you armies of angels who serve him and do his will!  

Psalm 103:21

10

I prayed to the Lord, and he answered me.  He freed me from all my fears.  

Psalm 34:4



The Power of Bible Devotionals


You can find great bible devotionals for kids to read at bedtime.

Ending your child's night of with a story and and quick  devotional can be all you need to help your child to fall asleep. 

Devotional's can usher in peace to the end of your child's day.  They can help your child's mind to relax and focus on God's word that's specifically for them.  

Experts say, that reading is a great activity to help people, of all ages, to relax at bedtime. And, reading God's word is all the more powerful!


My Top 4 Kids Bible Devotionals


If your looking for a great bible devotional for your kids these are my favourites that I have used and that my kids really enjoyed.

They are affiliate links with amazon.  So, if you purchase through my link I will receive a commission.  Just click on a pictures if you want to read more reviews of each book from amazon.


My girls really loved this book.  The pictures are adorable and the devotionals are dated, one for 365 days of the year. That really seemed to keep them wanting to see what each day had to say to them.  I would recommend them for ages 3-6.  


My son loves this one!  With comic book hero's being so popular he was instantly drawn to this devotional.  And, it's written in true comic book form.  Even if we don't read it, he loves to look at the pictures and figure out the bible story for himself.  I would recommend this book for ages 7-12


My kids really liked this one, too.  Each story has a nice picture, some quit time questions from Night-Light (the cute green fire fly), a prayer for kids and what I really love is that it gives a bible word to think about before sleeping.  I would recommend this for ages 3-6 for boys or girls.


I don't have this devotional but everything Max Lucado makes is amazing!  I did some research and the book has no pictures, only daily devotionals to read.  It  is recommended for kids ages  6-12 years old.  There are lots of reviews so you can check out what others are saying about this book by clicking on the picture.


How Much Sleep Do Kids Need Anyway?


Kids at different ages need different amounts of sleep, so I made you this quick sleep chart to see if your kids are meeting their sleep needs.  This quick view sleep chart is what the experts say are the typical requirements for children's sleep.




Newborn

14-17 hrs

a day



12 Months 

10 hrs a night 

& 4 hrs naps



2 yrs old

11-12 hrs/night

& 1-2 hrs nap



3-5 yrs old

10-13 hrs

a night



6-13 yrs old

10 - 12 hrs

a night



14-17 yrs old

8 - 10 hrs

a night


If your wondering about your child's sleeping habits and you feel you need some expert advice then, you can get a free sleep assessment here at The Sleep Sense Program by Dana Obleman.  They have a very good track record of helping parent's with young children who need help learning how to sleep through the night.  And, what's great is, it's free!



God's Natural Remedies - Essential Oils You Can Use to Help Your Kids Sleep

Use these oils with an air diffuser or by applying a few drops to a cotton ball or tissue that you can tuck into their pillowcase. But, the easiest thing to do is to apply a small amount of oil to one of these spots.  Your child's forehead, temples, chest, back of their neck, or the soles of their feet, these are the best places to apply essential oils.

  • Lavender
  • Jasmine
  • Chamomile
  • Bergamot
  • Rose
  • Clary Sage
  • Neroli
  • Sandalwood
  • Ylang-Ylange
  • Vanilla

Be on the look out for allergic reactions to these oil.  I am only allergic to seasonal pollen but, the most popular oil Lavender breaks out my skin and stuff's up my nose. So, please use oils with caution!  However, I love oils and use them regularly with my kids!

The very popular Peace & Calm oil is a blend of many of the above oils.  It's level of lavender has not bother me but, I only used a dab to put on one of my kids.  It took me a few weeks of using lavender shower gel to figure out that it was causing my skin's reactions.

 I had got it as a gift, as lavender was never a smell I was drawn to.  Even though I had such a minor reaction to it in the past, I had not realize that I was allergic to it, but my body was already telling me that it didn't like Lavender.  

Make sure you let your kids smell the oils before you spend the money on them, some are very expensive.  And, if they tell you they don't like the smell don't force your kids to use it, find an alternative, their are some great options from the list above to try.

Your Kids Can Get A Good Night's Sleep

God can give your children a peaceful nights sleep.  Try one of these bible verses, or use a kids devotional bible and see what God's word can do for your kids!


What other bible verses help your children to sleep?



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