Turn your child over to God in prayer:
Heavenly Father, May _____ recognize that when we, his(her) parents, discipline him(her), it means that we love him(her) and that he(she) belongs to our family, just as You discipline those You love, those You accept as Your sons and daughters. May _____ respect us when we discipline him(her), realizing that we are doing our best and that we ourselves are submitting to Your discipline, which is for our good. ~Amen (Hebrews 12:5-10)
God’s word is living and active, use it as a prayer today.
Father, may righteousness be _____’s belt, and faithfulness the sash around ______’s waist. ~Amen (Isaiah 11:5 NIV)
God’s holy Word transforms hearts and attitudes, use it as a prayer today:
Gracious God, I pray that _____ wouldn’t participate in gossip or exclude his(her) peers, remind him(her) that a troublemaker plants seeds of strife, and a gossip separates the best of friends. ~Amen (Proverbs 16:28 NLT)
God calls us to be persistent in prayer:
Heavenly Father, let _____ seek friendship with You rather than with the world, remembering that anyone who chooses to be a friend of the world becomes Your enemy. ~Amen (James 4:4)
Turn your child over to God in prayer; take a moment to pray Scripture today.
Dear Lord, I pray that you would add many years to _____’s life; may Your unfailing love and faithfulness watch over him(her). ~Amen (Psalm 61:7 NLT)
Nothing is too difficult for God, pray for someone you care about today:
Gracious God, do not let anyone lead _____ astray. Instead help him(her) to do what is righteous rather than what is sinful. ~Amen
(1 John 3:7)
Come into agreement with God’s Word through prayer:
Heavenly Father, above all, may _____ love others deeply, because love covers a multitude of sins. May _____ use whatever gifts he(she) has received to serve others, faithfully administering Your grace in its various forms. May _____ serve with the strength You provide, so that in all things You, O Lord, will be praised and receive and glory. ~Amen (1 Peter 4:8-11)