Category Archives: Prayer

Pray for Your Child’s Self Discipline

God calls us to be persistent in prayer, begin your prayer time with a Scripture today. 

Lord God, thank You for disciplining _____ so that he(she) might share in Your holiness.  Use this discipline, which is not enjoyable while it is happening but painful to grow _____ in his(her) character and produce a peaceful harvest of right living.  ~Amen
(Hebrews 12:10-11 NLT)

Pray for Your Child’s Character

Pray for those God brings to mind today: 

Dear Lord, Would you clothe _____ with tenderhearted mercy, with kindness, with humility, with gentleness, and with patience.
May _____ forgive anyone who offends him(her), remembering that You, Lord, forgave him(her).
Above all, clothe _____ with love, which binds us all together in perfect harmony.  ~Amen (Colossians 3:12-14)

Pray for Your Child to Enjoy Church Fellowship

Have confidence as you approach God’s throne, begin your prayer time with this Scripture:  

Heavenly Father, remind _____ of the importance of meeting together with other believers, for where two or more gather together as Christ’s followers, You are there among them.  ~Amen (Matthew 18:20 NLT)

Pray for Your Child to Do the Right Thing

Engage in purpose driven prayer using Scripture:  

Lord God, May _____ not get tired of doing what is good. Remind him(her) that at just the right time he(she) will reap a harvest of blessing if he(she) doesn’t give up.
Whenever _____ has the opportunity, let him(her) do good to everyone–especially to those in the family of faith.  ~Amen (Galatians 6:9-10 NLT)

Pray for Your Child’s Life to Honor God

Come into agreement with God’s Word through this Scripture and prayer:  

God, I ask that you give _____ complete knowledge of Your will, as well as spiritual wisdom and understanding.
May the way _____ lives always be honoring and pleasing to You, Lord.
May _____’s life produce every kind of good fruit, and may he(she) grow and learn to know You better and better, God.  ~Amen  (Colossians 1:9-10 NLT)

Pray for Your Child’s Character

Praying in faith moves the heart of God, take a moment to pray for someone you’re concerned about:

Gracious God, May _____ get rid of any anger or rage in his(her) life, help _____ also get rid of any malicious behavior, slander, or dirty language. Don’t let _____ lie to others; instead may _____ clothe himself(herself) with a brand new nature that is continually being renewed as he(she) learn more and more about Christ, who created this new nature within _____.  ~Amen (Colossians 3:8-10 NLT)