Praying For Our Children…Every Day

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Sunday 4/30/2017

My children have made a difference in my life, just be being who they are. Help them make a lasting difference in the lives they touch. Develop their character … help them become the kind of people who put others first and fight for truth. Let their lives be an example for others … even after they are gone.
2Peter 1:15

Saturday 4/29/2017

My children will fear no enemies, not one! They will not tremble today or be terrified because of them. You are with them crushing those enemies and saving them from the potential pain of falling into traps and a life of destruction.
Deuteronomy 20:3-4

Friday 4/28/2017

Teach my children to pray heartfelt and continuous prayers and reveal to them the life changing power available to those who live a life pleasing to you … may the resurrected power of Christ dwell in my children so they may become a mighty force for Your kingdom leading Your sheep back home!
James 5:16-20

Thursday 4/27/2017

My children will be more influenced by the future than the past. What they commit themselves to will determine who they are today and who they will become.
Philippians 3:13

Wednesday 4/26/2017

May the sunrise become sacred to my children as the Glory of God speaks out over all the earth. May they exalt God above the heavens as they are reminded in Technicolor to live this day for You!
Psalms 57:11

Tuesday 4/25/2017

My children will pray for those who persecute them. Give them the heart of Christ and let them react to persecution the way the soldier in the story did. When boots were thrown in his face as he knelt in prayer, he did nothing … and the next morning … the boots were polished and returned to the offender’s bunk. Give my children that kind of strength and understanding of Your Word!
Matthew 5:49

Monday 4/24/2017

Give my children an overcoming spirit. Turn their weakness into strength so that they may develop the kind of faith that refuses to settle for anything less than God has promised.
Hebrews 11:34

Sunday 4/23/2017

I pray my children speak with You this morning, saying to You, “All You command us we will do, and wherever You send us we will go.”
Joshua 1:16

Saturday 4/22/2016

When my children find themselves condemning others, let that be a clue that they are not receiving forgiveness for their own sin. Guilt and condemnation tell my children that their sins are too big for God’s forgiveness. Help them adopt a humble attitude and forgive themselves the way God has.
Isaiah 43:25

Friday 4/21/2017

My children give me hope and joy. They are my proud reward. Though sometimes separated, my heart will never leave them, and we will stand together before our Lord Jesus when He comes back again.
1Thessalonians 2:17-19