devotion, Marriage, prayer, Uncategorized, Women's Ministry
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Have you prayed for your husband today?

Do you believe prayer makes a difference?  If so, are you praying for the most important man in your life?

Enjoying the Snow of 2010

Below is a prayer that I have written in the front of my Bible…

Lord, please bring favor on Mike today.  Please do in his life what he can not do on his own.  Father, I ask you in Jesus name to give Mike an incredible relationship with each of our boys. Please help him to excel at everything he sets his hands to today.  Make him a man that follows hard after you and serves you in all places at all times.  Please give him wisdom to discern all things in his work. May he be favored at work – as a dad- and as a coach.  Father, in Jesus name I ask you to increase his influence.    I love my husband – and thank you for him.  In Jesus Name, Amen

Matthew 21:22 “Whatever things you ask in prayer, believing, you will receive.”

Before you make your coffee in the morning, consider asking the Heavenly Father to make His power and presence known in your husband’s life.

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2 Comments

  1. Eve Williamson says

    Thanks for that amazing prayer for your husband..I appreciate your openness..
    It’s a blessing to know that as Godly women we should lift our wonderful husbands to the Lord every single day.
    Thanks for being a great example..God bless you!
    Eve
    1 Thess. 5:24

    • lisahbryant says

      Eve, thanks so much for your encouragement. The Lord reminds me everyday how I need to continue to bring everything before Him. Have a great night!

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