Praying For Our Children…Every Day


Thursday 9/18/2014

Teach my children to be content regardless of circumstances. Once they finally learn to depend on You to fill their needs they will be free. Free from the bad moods of others, the ugly words of others, the gloom others bring into their day … my children
were created with a need only You can fill … let them STOP depending on circumstances or loved ones to fill them up!

Philippians 4:11-13

Wednesday 9/17/2014

Give my children a pure heart. Place in them a desire to study Your word and identify all sin lurking in the corners if their life. Let them receive Your cleansing so their hearts will be free to
obey You.

Matthew 5:8, Hebrew 12:1, John 15:3, Psalms 50:10

Tuesday 9/16/2014

May my children recognize who they are … clay in the Potter’s hand. The pressure, spinning and heat may at times feel ‘too much’ for them as their lives are shaped and formed into vessels God can use to bless … as well as bless others.

Isaiah 64:8

Monday 9/15/2014

I pray my children don’t become lifelong whiners … and I pray even harder that I don’t get sucked in by those who do! Give my children warrior spirits so they don’t freak out when they encounter trials (at least not for long!) Let me teach them (by example) to rise in the midst of adversity rather than wilt!

Proverbs 31:15

Sunday 9/14/2014

Pride is the bitter enemy of my children. Humility is their dear friend. May I humble myself before God so that humility will be mine. As my children witness my actions they will see with their physical eyes my transformation as I am given a humble heart. They will witness the blessing of God’s strength in my life and the benefits that come with it … and want You for themselves!

James 4:10, 1Peter 5:6, Job 38

Saturday 9/13/2014

The power of sin is broken in my children’s lives. If they choose to receive it (by walking out their faith) then they get to live in the kingdom of God while on earth rather than the kingdom of Satan. Thank You that my children do not have to live in sickness, poverty, depression, controlled by lusts and all the consequences that result from sinful behavior.

Colossians 1:13-14

Friday 9/12/2014

When my children recognize they are worrying about something, prompt them to repent then turn to You in gratitude for what they already have … and prayer to strengthen and prepare
them for the task at hand.

Philippians 4:6


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