Praying for your marriage and your husband is so important!
Marriages are being attacked in our society and our husbands are constantly being put in vulnerable positions with the over-sexualized media and the decadent values in our culture. With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching what can be better than for us to commit to pray for our marriage and husband?
As wives, we are called to cover our marriage and husband in prayer daily! My friend Jami Balmet from Young’s Wife Guide created a 14 days prayer challenge and this beautiful set of Scripture cards you can download now!
Why praying for your marriage & husband is important?
Praying for your marriage and your husband is a wife’s duty and responsibility.
The enemy of our souls is on a mission to destroy marriages because he knows that a strong marriage gives God the glory! I’d like to cover my marriage and husband in prayer as much as I can without leaving any gaps for the enemy to have a footstep.
10 things to be praying for your marriage & husband daily:
I’ve been sharing my 14 days prayer challenge on my Instagram as I journal through my prayers. Join me there too!
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How can you use this free Scripture cards printable set to start praying for your marriage & husband?
There are many ways you can use these cards set. I will share only three of my favorite ways here.
First of all, print and cut your Scripture cards set, then pick the option you like the most or come up with your own ideas. If you do, please share your ideas here in the comments below! 😀 I would love to hear what you came up with. Then…
Once you card set is ready, then:
1 – Add your Scripture Cards set o a small box you can keep by your bedside. Every morning pick one to pray for, once you’re done put it at the end of the pile.
2 – Use the Scripture card of the day to journal in your Bible while you pray and meditate on that verse. There is no right or wrong in Bible Journaling, so just let the Holy Spirit guide you.
3 – Journal your prayers in a separate journal while you go through the Scripture cards set daily. You can staple the card at the top of the page if you want to or just keep the cards set on the box to continue to reuse it in your prayer time.
Here is how I’m journaling my 14 Days of Praying for My Marriage & Husband using my Illustrated Faith Planner as a prayer journal.
I want to encourage you to join this challenge praying for your marriage and husband for the next 14 days. Click on the picture below to join me!
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