Sunday, October 28, 2012

Day 4-Praying For My Husband

Today's Verse: "Enoch walked with God; and he was not, for God took him.” - Genesis 5:24 (NASB)


All of us will leave a legacy. Some will be remembered as a good, or kind person. Others will be remembered as a great businessperson, or a civic leader. Some people work all their lives for that 15 minutes of fame.

Thousands of years after his death, Enoch was remembered, not as a good man, a great father, or a powerful leader, but as a man who walked with God.

When a man walks with God, everything else falls into place. The more we walk with God, the more we know God and the more we know God, the more we walk with Him.

Now there is a big difference between walking with God and being religious. Going to church is not the same as walking with God. Knowing about God is not the same as knowing God.

In order to walk with someone, we have to be going in the same direction. Walking with someone implies fellowship and intimacy.

The message of the Gospel is that we who once were separated from God can now have fellowship with Him. We can walk with God!

As you pray for your husband today, pray that he walks with God. Ask God to birth within him a desire to do more than go to church, or be a nice man, or a good father. Pray that God puts in his life, a passion to know and walk with God.



Father, thank you for eddie. I pray that he will grow in his knowledge of You, and that he will walk with You. I pray that you will build in his life a desire to know and walk with You. I pray that he won’t be satisfied with just attending church, or being a good man. I pray that he will settle for nothing less than walking with You.
In Jesus Name,
Amen.





eddie, I am praying that you will leave a legacy like Enoch of the Old Testament. I am praying you will be known as a man who walked with God. I am praying that God places such a passion in your heart to know and fellowship with Him that you will settle for nothing less than walking with God on a daily basis. love, denise

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