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Friday, January 29, 2021

Remember To Pray for Your Husband

This year I celebrated being with my husband in marriage for 34 years. What a wonderful thing to say that I have trusted, had confidence in and loved the man in my life that many years. Together we built a family that is strong and one that is a force in this world. Praise God that he held this marriage together as there were of course good days and bad, happy days and sad, days that I would rather forget and those that I will cherish forever. Together we have raised our own 6 children as well as countless others. We were blessed with 4 grand children , nieces and nephews and hopefully more to come. 



One thing I was taught early on by a lady that I cherish and she may not be aware of how important she was to me. She accepted me into church when I felt I was the farthest away from God in my life. She taught me how to love my children enough to teach them about God ,  Pray for my husband daily as he is the head of the family and how to take time for myself to study the word of God. Recently I found this post and thought I would share it




Five ways I pray for my husband


Protection – this is far more than just getting him back home from work or errands. He needs a hedge of protection around his mind, eyes, ears, mouth, hands, and feet. His whole being needs to be protected from the things of the world. (I Peter 5:8Ephesians 6:11-18)

Obedience to God – My husband needs to be obedient to God’s will for his life. Whatever God’s will is I pray that my husband will be willingly obedient to it. (Proverbs 3:5-6James 4:17)

Leadership – God designed the husband to be the leader in the marriage and home. I pray that I am the kind of wife my husband can be that leader for; I don’t want to be a hindrance that causes him to not be able to lead. (Ephesians 5:23-25I Peter 3:7)

Wisdom – My husband needs wisdom in everything. I pray that his heart and eyes are open to understanding and that he will continue to fear the Lord. (Proverbs 1:5-7Ephesians 1:16-19)

Strength – My husband’s job requires strength, living a Christian life does too. I pray my husband’s physical strength will continue so he can work to his fullest. I also pray my husband's spiritual strength will be strong in the Lord in is daily life. (Ephesians 3: 16Ephesians 6:10Joshua 1:9)

I pray that God will be the center of our marriage. He is the only One we can truly depend on to keep ourselves pure and our marriage pure and together.

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