Monday, June 2, 2014

40 Prayers for my Husband: His Walk

Today, I pray over my husbands walk. The way he chooses to go, his direction and focus. Prayerfully surrounding my husband with divine protection and direction is vital for his leadership in our family and marriage. So, without further ado,

Prayer #2. His Walk

Father, guide my husbands steps to walk in truth. Give him the courage to turn to right paths that lead to You and are led by You. May he be a man who has "learned to acclaim You, who walk in the light of Your presence" (Ps 89:15)
Father, I know You count blessed "the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers." (Ps 1:1) Today, convict and guide my husband away from any counsel that is not of You. Let him not take part in the activities of evil doers, but rather have the courage to walk away from temptations.
Lord, we know "He who walks with wise grows wise" (Pr.13:20) Send my husband along paths that will lead to relationships that help him grow wiser, more humble and stronger in You. I proclaim my husband to be a man who will do what You require of him; "to act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly" with You. (Micah 6:8)
Lord, Your commands are not grievous. You command us to walk in love. (2 John 6) Give my husband a heart gentle and loving to all he meets today, letting his love for You shine bright and true.
May he walk honestly and humbly, having a clear vision of the path You would have him go. Grant him clarity and courage when You instruct him in his paths. Father, you move the hearts of kings, so You will also move the heart of my king to walk and lead rightly, surely and lovingly.
Encourage him not only to walk in truth, but to do so quickly. Teach Him to seek Your guidance first and early, knowing You will never mislead. May my husband abide in Your tabernacle and dwell on Your holy hill as he "walks up rightly and works righteousness and speaks truth in his heart." (Ps 15:1-2)
May he always walk worthy of the calling of which he is called, with all lowliness and gentleness, with long-suffering, bearing with all people in love. (Eph. 4:1-2) Amen.


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  1. Thanks, Kaylene...just prayed...appreciate the Scripture references and it reminded me of the Moms in Prayers group I'm in ....blessings to you :)

  2. I love this! What a wonderful way to pray for our husbands! Sharing on pinterest! God bless!