Prayers to pass drivers test- i cant handle failing again

To say the least, i have failed my drivers test two times now in the past and i am going for my third (and please i pray final time) in two days. I am freaking out because i have been practicing so hard by driving a lot with my parents and backing in, however i don’t get good feelings when i think about the DMV and i get very anxious and i just don’t think i can handle failing again because even more than past times i am so prepared. I just really need some prayers that i can say before i go to take the drivers test because i feel like this time is really it. I just cant let my anxiety and past get the best of me.
Thanks you!

  • meg

Praying for your intention.

do you usually get very nervous taking tests and are you failing the road test?
praying that you have confidence and peace with your tests.
keep practicing to give you confidence

Meg, sooner or later, you get to drive! Relax!

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee.

Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb Jesus.

Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death.

Amen.

Think of this as the first time you are taking the test. Do not recall previous failures that will add to your fearfulness. Good luck and will keep you in prayer.

Prayer to Saint Martin for a Driving Test

Saint Martin, I come to you for help and blessing as I prepare to be tested for fitness to drive. Help me to know thoroughly the rules of the road so that no one will ever suffer from my negligence or incompetence. May I be ready for the test prescribed by law. By your prayers may I deserve to be granted a license and may I never abuse the trust that is placed in me. We make our prayer through Christ Our Lord. Amen.

Try not to worry about it. By the end of the decade we’ll have driverless cars. :tiphat:

You will pass. No worries. Prayers offered.:slight_smile:

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