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zmonique

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just something I read and wanted to share what do you guys think about this

Too Powerful Not to Share: Ruth Bell Graham advises wives to “tell your mate the positive, and tell God the negative.” Take your concerns to God. Faithfully lif...t up your husband in prayer every day, and you will likely notice a transformation not only in him, but in yourself, as well. Of course, we needn’t wait until there is some problem or disagreement before beginning this practice. A wife can and should routinely intercede on her husband’s behalf. Prayer should be a habit of life, something we do continuously and “without ceasing.” (1 Thessalonians 5:17) There are many different daily, weekly or monthly plans available that can help make praying for your husband more systematic, but one of my favorites is praying for your spouse from head to toe. I heard about this concept several years ago. What follows is my own take on it, plus a free printable version you can use in your personal prayer time. Pray for His Brain: Ask that God would keep it sharp and focused and that his thoughts would not be conformed to this world, but would be transformed and renewed by the power of God. (Romans 12:2) Pray for His Eyes: Ask that he would guard them diligently and would set no worthless thing before them. (Psalm 101:3) Pray for His Ears: Ask that they’d be tuned to hear God’s still, small voice and that your husband would always remain attentive to the Holy Spirit’s promptings. (1 Thessalonians 5:19; Isaiah 30:9) Pray for His Mouth: Ask that no unwholesome talk would proceed from it, but only what is good for building others up. Pray that your husband would always and only speak the truth in love. (Ephesians 4:15, 29) Pray for His Heart: Ask that Christ would sit enthroned upon it, that your husband would love God with all his heart and soul and might, that he’d love his neighbor as himself. (Mark 12:30-31) Pray for his heart to remain soft toward you (Proverbs 5:18-19) and to be knitted to the hearts of his children. (Malachi 4:6) Pray for His Arms: Ask that God would strengthen them and make them firm. Pray that your husband would take delight in his labor and that God would bless the work of his hands. (Psalm 90:17, Ecclesiastes 3:22) Pray for His Legs: Ask that God would give him strength and stamina, that your husband might run with endurance the race that is set before him, without growing weary or fainting along the way (Isaiah 40:31; Hebrews 12:1) Pray for His Feet: Ask that they’d be quick to flee from temptation, to turn away from evil, and to faithfully pursue wisdom, righteousness, peace, love, and truth. (2 Timothy 2:22; Psalm 34:14; Proverbs 4:5-7) So that’s the whole plan. It takes only a few minutes to cover your husband in prayer from head to toe. Can you imagine the benefits you both will reap if you’ll make it a habit to pray this way for your spouse every day

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Ilah 1jonh5:3 for this is the love of God that we keep his commandments for his commandments are not grievous
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Praying for your husband, your wife and for all Israel is always a good thing!!

"Pray without ceasing." 1 Thessalonians 5:17




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Great post Ilah!

Only the Most High God can truly help us.  And I truly believe in my heart that the best present a righteous person can give anyone is PRAYER.

James 5:16 - Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.

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This was such a beautiful prayer! I will most definitely want to use this if I get a husband someday.

Isaiah 65:24- "And it shall come to pass, that before they call, I will answer; and while they are yet speaking, I will hear."
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Thank you for the reminder precepts sisters!
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