How often do you pray for your husband? What about specifically for your husband to be a Godly father and lead your children and family well? Here is a simple way to pray for your husband in just 20 minutes a day. At the top of each hour, pray these prayers.
THE GIFT OF TIME (Proverbs 3:11-12)
Show my husband how to delight in our kids at all ages and stages, giving them proper time and attention.
THE GIFT OF LOVE (Ephesians 6:4a)
Help him not provoke our children to wrath, but give them patient training and biblical instruction.
THE GIFT OF STEADFAST TEACHING (Ephesians 6:4b)
Guide and direct him to bring our children up in the ways of you. May he give them steadfast teaching.
THE GIFT OF MEEKNESS (Titus 3:2)
Show him how to be a man of meekness and remind him of your amazing example of unbridled strength.
THE GIFT OF HUMILITY(James 4:6)
Help him to model humility before our children.
THE GIFT OF SECURITY (Proverbs 14:26)
May our home to be a fortress and a refuge as my husband fears your name.
THE GIFT OF INTEGRITY (Proverbs 20:7)
I pray he walks with integrity and conviction.
THE GIFT OF HARD WORK (Proverbs 12:11 )
Help him work hard with his hands, providing for his family.
THE GIFT OF A GODLY LEGACY (Proverbs 17:6)
Allow him to live a legacy for our family and our children’s children to follow.
THE GIFT OF JOYFUL SERVICE (Psalm 100:2)
Help him to be an example of worshiping and serving you with gladness of heart.
I’d love to hear how this practice of praying for your husband daily blesses you and your family. Learn how to pray for your husband from head over here.
These are just a few ways that praying for my husband blesses me as his wife:
- It helps keep my thoughts pure and true.
- It keeps me humble and prayerful about my own shortcomings.
- It keeps my heart and mind positive about him.
- It keeps me safe as there is protection within God’s will.
- It keeps me content.
- It keeps me hopeful and eager for God’s blessings in his life.
- It keeps me free of a negative spirit.
- It keeps my words praise-worthy about him in front of our children.
This is the last prayer post in our January month of prayer series! We hope you’ve been encouraged by these prayers, and that you’ll continue to cover your families and yourselves in prayer this year!
If you haven’t already, be sure to learn more about the brand new book from Max & Denalyn Lucado, Lucado Treasury of Bedtime Prayers: Prayers for bedtime and every time of day. Max and Denalyn Lucado firmly believe that prayer is the foundation of a believer’s life, and they hope that this book will introduce your children to a lifetime of conversation with God!
How do you teach your children to pray throughout their day?