Praying For Our Children…Every Day


Thursday 3/05/2020

Sometimes when my children are experiencing a season of loss … they forget the good stuff. Their own loss hardens them to the plight of others as well as their own blessings. Their happiness will never come from getting what they want, but only through gratitude for what they already have. Please remind them today to appreciate all that they have and focus less on what they have lost.
Ruth 1:21

Wednesday 3/04/2020

Equip my children with all they need for doing Your will. Produce in them, through the power of Jesus Christ all that is pleasing to You.
Hebrews 13:20

Tuesday 3/03/2020

As my children walk in Your will and obey Your commands, pour out Your spirit upon them and make Your words known to them. Thank You for such a life giving promise.
Proverbs 1:23

Monday 3/02/2020

David killed Goliath with a slingshot and a stone. Teach my children that they don’t need an army to defeat their giants … they just need praise. As they learn to praise You in the trenches my children will learn that You live in that kind of atmosphere and a channel is created through which You enter and go to work on their problems.
Psalms 34:1, 22:3

Sunday 3/01/2020

Make my children leaders. Help them understand that the true measure of a leader isn’t getting people to work nor getting them to work hard … it is about getting them to work together.
1Samuel 7:12 Numbers 11:14, Nehemiah 4:6

Saturday 2/29/2020

Give my children resiliency and a sense of humor. They are a love letter from Christ to the world … and a crabby attitude to their lives is like illegible handwriting to Christ’s love letter.
2 Corinthians 3:3

Friday 2/28/2020

My children will constantly listen to and obey Jesus. This is a direct command from You! I will do the same.
Mark 9:7

Thursday 2/27/2020

Don’t let anyone lead my children astray with empty philosophy and high sounding nonsense that comes from human thinking and from the evil powers of this world … and not from Christ.
Colossians 2:8

Wednesday 2/26/2020

Help my children understand that they will need people to help fulfill Your purpose for their life and get them where they need to go next. Let them see me humble myself to others as well as honor those God has placed in my life.
Romans 16:3

Tuesday 2/25/2020

I pray my children view their circumstances with You as the focal point and see that their problems are a platform to display Your power to act on their behalf … may they understand this, stand firm in their faith, and NOT let the enemy get the best of them!
Matthew 14:24-33

Monday 2/24/2020

Work in my children; give them the desire to obey You and the power to do what pleases You.
Philippians 2:13

Sunday 2/23/2020

By faith, my children will walk under the protection of their Lord. They will serve You and have no fear of being tormented or injured by the creatures of the pit. They are called to evangelize and to total faithfulness out of concern for others who do not share this protection, even in the face of martyrdom.
Revelation 14:4-5

Saturday 2/22/2020

Help my children see that constantly seeking council from friends is a sign they aren’t hearing and understanding Your voice. Gently correct their sins so that their hearts will be pure and they can receive Your words.
Matthew 5:8

Friday 2/21/2020

Help my children understand that many are called to God but few are chosen. They must put on the robe of righteousness when presenting themselves before God. Show them that Jesus Christ is that robe and then help dress them for the rest of their lives in Your eternal garment.
Matthew 22:14

Thursday 2/20/2020

I pray that You strengthen my children with Your glorious power so that they will have all the patience and endurance they need.
Colossians 1:11

Wednesday 2/19/2020

When my children throw a pity-party for themselves, help them stop! Open their eyes to the immediate needs of others around them and let them find ways to help, prayers to pray and, above all … offer unconditional love.
Psalms 25:16

Tuesday 2/18/2020

My children will be the salt of this earth, daily preserving the attributes of Christ within them so they may bring forth Your love to a hurting world.
Leviticus 2:13, Mark 9:50

Monday 2/17/2020

Help my children understand what it means to honor one another above themselves. Let them experience the unexpected joy of helping others and the unbelievable peace that comes when they stop believing that their way is the only way.
Romans 12:10

Sunday 2/16/2020

Thank You for giving my children tender hearts. Yes, they feel pain as their hearts break for what breaks Yours, and they feel the piercing arrows of Your correction. May they never harden so that this divine connection of the heart they share with You remains strong. Their faith is defined as they learn to walk with You … when they get busy going about life … it is these tugs on their hearts that remind them they are living for You.
Joel 2:12-14, Ezekiel 36:26

Saturday 2/15/2020

Lord, please reveal to my children the areas of their lives that displease You. Give them a wholesome dread of displeasing You so they will choose obedience. In doing so, they will release the power of Your blessings over their lives.
Psalms 25:11-14

Friday 2/14/2020

Use me to fill up anything that may still be missing in my children’s faith. Make their love grow and overflow for each other and to everyone else so that Christ will make their hearts strong, blameless, and holy when they stand before You on judgment day.
Thessalonians 3:12-13

Thursday 2/13/2020

Our world offers powerful substitutes for needs that only God can meet. Show my children that it is their union with Christ that makes them complete. He is the only answer.
Colossians 2:8-10

Wednesday 2/12/2020

Don’t let my children close their eyes to Your goodness because of any hurt they are nursing. Help them hold on to what is good and keep them away from every kind of evil.
1 Thessalonians 5:16-22

Tuesday 2/11/2020

Show my children that it is the condition of their heart revealed to You through their acts of obedience that define their worship as true or simply formalistic. Let them draw from the story of Cain and Abel the difference between a heart that seeks to please God and one that just jumps through the hoops.
Genesis 4:3-5