We are called to help not hinder our husbands. One of the best ways to help our husbands is to pray for them. After watching the below clip please leave a comment and let me know how you pray for your husband? What scriptures do you use?
I have a confession to make. I have had more opportunities than I wanted to practice what I was preaching this week. My last post was about dropping to my knees in prayer, and boy was I fired up when I wrote it. I was one determined praying somebody.
Yes ma’am I was on a roll BUT THEN LIFE HAPPENED! Many things caught me off guard, just like life to do that. Each day this week I was challenged and by midweek I found myself pouting…more than once. I woke up this morning determined to get back in the game.
During devotion I read the story of Hannah from 1 Samuel 1 to the children. I told the kids that Hannah stopped pouting and decided to pray. She was in distress, life was not turning out the way she expected. Yes her husband loved her BUT she was barren. And to add insult to injury her husband’s other wife who had children taunted and constantly reminded her of her barrenness. Hannah was overwhelmed with pain. But she did something interesting with her pain and disappointment. She brought it to The Lord…in prayer. As she was pouring out her heart only her lips moved and Eli the priest saw and assumed she was drunk. That must have been a for real no holds bar, I ain’t even gonna pretend no more, this thing really hurts, I am desperate and broken Lord kind of prayer. Real pain birth real prayer. And there is something about real prayer that moves my daddy to action. He delights in a humble heart. Hannah received an answer of peace and she went away believing.
So here I am AGAIN this morning, embracing His new mercies, making a decision to earnestly pray and not pout. Resting in His answer of peace. And you?