Monday, February 4, 2008

Power Of A Praying Wife-Day 3

Pray that your husband will be humble and quick to agree with God about his sin. Pray that his heart will be tender toward the voice of the Lord. (Ps. 51:2-4; Micah 6:8) Dear heavenly Father, I pray that my husband will hear You not only with his ears, but with his heart. I pray that he will always listen to You when You correct him, and that he will realize that Father always knows best. In Your precious name I ask this, believing You hear my prayer, and will answer it in Your time. Amen


eph2810 said...

That is a beautiful prayer, Denise. Thank you so much for sharing it with us this morning.

Blessings on your day and always.

godisincontrol said...

Hey there Denise, we are back from mexico!
I wanted to check out your post on "In Spirit and in Truth" but I can't seem to get there! Could you send me the link directly to that post?

Fran said...

Thank you so much denise for sharing this with all of us. My heart just melts and is filled with such love as I pray this for my husbands and all of our husbands.

So, so sweet. Blessings today friend~

Mary said...

Thank you, my dear friend, for praying for our men. May God bless you for your wisdom.

Blessings and love,

Donetta said...

Hay Girl, I like the challenge. Great idea! I am sorry for the hard news you had. I read back for I have spent very little time online for several days now. Love you beautiful woman child of a loving God!

Denise said...

What a difference you will see in your husband.. you can sit back and just enjoy the little gems that the Father shows you..........

hugs my friend

Angela (Gran) said...

Thanks Denise for sharing your loving prayer with us today.You will receive a blessing soon .... I am believing with you my dear precious friend.

Thanks for your faithful visits and loving comments.

I Love you,

the160acrewoods said...

i think it was in a bethmoore study that she once said "I'm not my husband's holy spirit".. and this reminds me of that.. praying for God to guide him and not me.

Gretchen said...

What a great prayer, Denise. Love you!