This prayer can be for any many in your life. I speak for myself when I say that nagging is 2nd nature! Sometimes I’m convinced that my voice will create change in a way my prayers will not. But, we all know (on some level) that isn’t the truth. God can change what man cannot. Prayer works, ladies. Whenever I’ve decided to pray for something (instead of nag), it always happens in the most magical of ways. That magic…His name is Jesus. Keep your man prayed up, ladies. It’ll be a blessing to you both.
Ruth Bell Graham advises wives to “tell your mate the positive, and tell God the negative.” Take your concerns to God. Faithfully lift up your husband in prayer every day, and you will likely notice a transformation not only in him, but in yourself, as well.
Of course, we needn’t wait until there is some problem or disagreement before beginning this practice. A wife can and should routinely intercede on her husband’s behalf. Prayer should be a habit of life, something we do continuously and “without ceasing.” (1 Thessalonians 5:17)
There are many different daily, weekly or monthly plans available that can help make praying for your husband more systematic, but one of my favorites is praying for your spouse from head to toe. I heard about this concept several years ago. What follows is my own take on it, plus a free printable version you can use…
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