Do you ever think that praying for what you want is selfish? Or do you know we should pray—but ever feel guilty about praying for what you wish would happen? Friend, Jesus says: “If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you” (John 15:7).
In one of His final conversations with His disciples, Jesus revealed a very strategic secret that we would do well to remember also: When we abide in Christ, and His Word is in us, we can ask for whatever we desire.
Prayer doesn’t require lofty, magical words, but Scripture does give us established patterns for how to approach the throne of God and talk with Him about our needs.
Here’s a pattern taken from 2 Chronicles 20:6-12 which you can adopt when praying for your husband:
You can adapt this pattern for anything, really. But use it when praying for your husband and you could become a force for greater good in his life. In the next readying entry, we will give you examples of each of these prayer points.
Discover more ways to pray right here: Prayers for Blessing Over Your Husband. You can also be encouraged with daily prayer posts on Instagram: @capandbuttercup