Praying For Our Children…Every Day


Saturday 2/01/2020

Make Your way level and straight before my children. They are young and need Your guidance. Send me out before them as a mighty worker removing stones and breaking down obstructions with every prayer I utter and every act of obedience and service to You.
Psalms 5:7-8

Friday 1/31/2029

Let my children experience the exquisite peace and contentment that You have given to me. Then they will crave more and seek opportunities for righteous living … for Your confidential communion and secret counsel are only with those who are upright and in right standing with You.
Proverbs 3:32

Thursday 2/30/2020

Let my children recognize that the little rainbows in their lives (the small needs met at just the right time) are the signs that You care for them. I will watch for these moments in their lives also and together will worship You in gratitude and love.
Genesis 9:13-15

Wednesday 2/29/2020

My children will be patient and kind. They will not be irritable, rude, selfish, easily angered and will keep no record of when they have been wronged. Let me be a living example of your definition of love so they will grow in knowledge and wisdom and reveal this kind of love to future generations.
1Corinthians 13:4-5

Tuesday 2/28/2020

Fill my children with joy by revealing their shortcomings. Do not let them erect defenses against their own inadequacies and try to hide their faults from themselves and others. Let them embrace justified criticism for what it is … encouragement toward spiritual growth.
Proverbs 15:5

Monday 1/27/2020

Fix my thoughts on what is true and humble and right. Let me think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. I will worry about nothing and pray about everything. My children will put into practice all they hear from me and see me doing.
Philemon 4:8-9

Sunday 1/26/2020

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

Saturday 1/25/2020

Let me know my children’s weakness, but show them their strengths; feel their fears but fortify their faith; see their anxieties but free their spirit; recognize their disabilities but emphasize their possibilities.
Proverbs 27:17 & William Alan Ward

Friday 1/24/2020

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

Thursday 1/23/2020

Keep my children from busying themselves with other people’s affairs rather than doing their own work. I will correct them as needed without becoming weary or losing heart in doing right. I will be consistent.
1Thessalonians 3:11-13