Category: Biblical Marriage

I don’t know about anyone else, but as I pray for my husband and marriage during this challenge I have definitely felt under attack.  I can so easily get into the routine of pray, and not truly dig deep.  The enemy likes it when we just mindlessly, routinely do things, without really thinking on and

Philippians chapter four is one of my absolute favorite chapters to pray over others.  Paul’s letters always read like prayers to me, so they are easy to turn into prayers. Father God, Thank you for your Scriptures that we can read, and apply to our lives.  Thank you that we can tie our hearts to

Jeremy and I have been married almost 30 years.  It is a strong marriage, but that is because we have put Christ first.  We have had many changes, trials, and hardships, as well as, many blessings throughout our marriage so far.  Neither of us are perfect, and we both continue to grow and change as

Today, as I read the prayer in the book, I couldn’t help but think of Isaiah chapter 40.  This is one of my favorite chapters in Isaiah.  It is written to Israel, but I love applying these Words to prayer.  So, I have pasted this passage below. Comfort, comfort my people,     says your God. Speak tenderly to

  Abba Father,  Today, I come to you to ask that you strengthen my husband to fight the battle that is all around us. Make him strong in Your mighty power, Oh, Yehovah.  Help him to put on the full armor, daily, so that he can take a stand against the devil’s schemes. For our struggle

Today, I am having a rough day.  It is no ones fault, and I am just struggling to pray for anything, because I am having a hard day emotionally and physically.  I often feel in times like these that I give the worst of myself to God, my spouse, and my children.  I also get

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