5 Ways I Pray For My Husband

With all the nonstop discouraging headlines of a young Christian reality TV show family, it only shows that Satan is out to destroy ANY family he can. It doesn’t matter who the family is from the famous and rich to the unknown and poor, Satan wants to destroy Christian marriages. While I’ve never been drawn into watching this particular TV program because I did not agree with the way the family was exploited and several other things in their lives, I can’t help but hurt for another Christian family. As a wife, I know I have to pray for my husband, there is no one else to do it for him but me. These are five ways I pray for my husband, daily.




As wives, we have to be on our guard - we can’t sit by with our eyes closed to things going on in our lives just because we are Christians. Being a Christian does NOT automatically keep us from these problems. While many of us are in a “protective” environment at home, our husbands are exposed to things daily in their lives while at work and around other people. Those things are easily brought into the home when they return.

If we don't pray for our husband, who will?


Five ways I pray for my husband


Protection – this is far more than just getting him back home from work or errands. He needs a hedge of protection around his mind, eyes, ears, mouth, hands, and feet. His whole being needs to be protected from the things of the world. (I Peter 5:8, Ephesians 6:11-18)

Obedience to God – My husband needs to be obedient to God’s will for his life. Whatever God’s will is I pray that my husband will be willingly obedient to it. (Proverbs 3:5-6, James 4:17)

Leadership – God designed the husband to be the leader in the marriage and home. I pray that I am the kind of wife my husband can be that leader for; I don’t want to be a hindrance that causes him to not be able to lead. (Ephesians 5:23-25, I Peter 3:7)

Wisdom – My husband needs wisdom in everything. I pray that his heart and eyes are open to understanding and that he will continue to fear the Lord. (Proverbs 1:5-7, Ephesians 1:16-19)

Strength – My husband’s job requires strength, living a Christian life does too. I pray my husband’s physical strength will continue so he can work to his fullest. I also pray my husband's spiritual strength will be strong in the Lord in is daily life. (Ephesians 3: 16, Ephesians 6:10, Joshua 1:9)

I pray that God will be the center of our marriage. He is the only One we can truly depend on to keep ourselves pure and our marriage pure and together.

7 comments

  1. I am so glad I came over to read this. This is gentle and yet very powerful. There are several challenges facing Christian homes these days.

    I pray the Lord shields families that are calling on Him from all the attacks of the enemy in Jesus Name. Amen.

    God Bless Lori

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  2. although I already pray for my husband daily I still needed this refreshing. Thanks Lori.

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  3. Thank you for reading, Ifeoma.

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  4. Hi Lori,
    This is a great list. I've pinned it.
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/257690409907008143/

    I replied to your comment on my blog post. http://harvestlanecottage.blogspot.com/2016/01/a-thrifty-week-at-harvest-lane-cottage.html

    "Yes Lori, I have recovered the money taken from my account now. Thank you.

    Thanks for "talking back". Do you know that your comments come through to my email as a "no reply blogger"? If you'd like to get direct responses to your comments more often, you might like to know how to change that. I wrote about it in this blog post.

    http://harvestlanecottage.blogspot.com/2015/01/are-you-no-reply-blogger.html

    If you're like me, you don't have time to go back and check on other blogs to see if you've gotten a response to your comment. I sometimes can take time to track down commenters, but I'm usually short on time."

    ஐღLauraღஐ

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  5. Thanks for pinning, Laura. I'm glad to hear about the recovery of the money. I do know that my blogger is set to no reply, thanks for reminding me. I hope you have a wonderful week!

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  6. I pray for my husband, but I'm probably not as specific as i should be. Thanks for sharing this, Lori!

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