Prayers for my Husband

Pray diligently for your husband; plead for God’s mercy upon him; give thanks for all God is
going to do for him  (1 Tim. 2:1). Using the word of God, pray for him from the top of his 
head to the soles of his feet. Present every part of his body to God (Rom. 6:11-14).

“O Lord, may You really be the head of my husband and help me allow him to be the head of
me. Thank You, God, for being head over all and for your perfect plan for our home.”
The closer we are to Jesus,
the closer we are to each other

Thank You, Lord, that You open his mind to understand the Scriptures (Luke 24:45). I pray that
he  will not be conformed to this world but be transformed by renewing his mind in Your
word, so that he may experience Your good, acceptable and perfect will (Rom. 12:2).

Open his eyes, Lord, that he may truly see from Your perspective (2 Kings 6:17). May he keep
his eyes alert for spiritual danger, stand true to you, be Your man, and be strong (1 Cor.
16:13). Help him to watch out for the snares of Satan, our great enemy (1 Pet. 5:8)

Speak to him again and again. Open his ears and give him wisdom, causing him to know Your
mind, keeping him from pride, warning him of the penalties of sin, and keeping him from
Satan’s temptations (Job 33:14-17). When You speak to him, I pray that he will listen and
not resist or turn away (Isa. 50:5).

Thank you, Lord, that as far as You are concerned, there is a sweet, wholesome fragrance in his
life. It is the fragrance of Christ within him, an aroma to both the saved and the unsaved
around him. To those who know Christ, may my husband be a refreshing fragrance, a lifegiving perfume (2 Cor. 2:15).

Set a watch, O Lord, over his mouth and keep the door of his lips (Psa. 141:3). Grant to him
great boldness in testimony (Acts 4:29). Give him Your words so that he may boldly make
Jesus known (Eph. 6:19). Give him many chances to share the Good News of Christ and
help him tell it lovingly, freely, fully, and plainly. Help him to make the most of his
opportunities to tell others about victory in Jesus and to be wise in all his contacts. Let his
conversation be gracious and wise, for then he will have the right answer for everyone (Col.
4:3-6). Give him Your words so that he may know what to say to all (Isa. 50:4). Whatever
he does or says, let it be as a representative of the Lord Jesus (Col. 3:17).

I pray that we will talk to each other much about You, quoting psalms and hymns and singing
sacred songs, making music in our hearts to You (Eph. 5:19). Let the words of his mouth
and the meditation of his heart be acceptable to You, O Lord (Psa. 19:14).

Guide him continually, Lord, and satisfy his soul in drought, and make his bones healthy, so that
he shall be like a watered garden and like a spring of water, which does not fail (Isa.
For these things I ask in Jesus Holy name Amen.

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