The Ultimate Road Trip
Lord Jesus, please send your spirit to persue Miranda and Deven. That they would seek you, and your forgiveness.  

Thank you for Deven. Thank you for the different things you have taught me over the years. Forgive me for the times I have failed, you and my kids.  Thank you for your unconditiinal love. 

Praying for your marriage 

From #wifeaftergod

Dear Lord, Thank You for the gift of marriage. It is such a blessing to have the opportunity to experience intimacy through prayer with my husband. I pray that my husband would have passion to pray with me and that we would devote ourselves to it daily. Help us to center our marriage on You, Lord. Please give us the words to say when we pray and reveal to us what things need prayer. I pray that our marriage would mature as you transform our hearts. Increase our intimacy, help us manage our finances, may You free us from sin that entangles us, and may your will be done through us. May we experience extraordinary in our marriage. In Jesus’ name, AMEN!

 C hallenge : Ask your husband to pray with you over your marriage. Here are some areas of marriage that you can pray over:

  •  Intimacy 
  • Restoration 
  • Trust 
  • Forgiveness 
  • Children 
  • Finances
  •  Tithe 
  • Health 
  • Family 
  • In-Laws 
  • Job 
  • Housing 
  • Hobbies

Some other things I am adding

  • Water
  • Discernment
  • Wisdom
  • Seeking to understand
  • Clear ideas
  • Time management
  • Priorities

Little moments

Sometimes, it is the little things that make you sit up and take notice. Like knowing you have been under attack…. Because how can you go from being full of joy and feeling blessed, and having your heart melt when you look at someone and then, like the flip of a switch, feel so alone and isolated from that same person?  No doubt some of it is just my own personal history, and how certain events cause me to immediately go back to a previous emotional response…

What ever it is, I keep finding myself back in the same place.  So, today’s devotional was timely. (I should have read it sooner, but also find myself sidetracked often). I need to be in prayer for my husband.  Not to change him, but to bless him. That in doing so, God would change me also.  Is that being selfish?  I’m not sure if it is or not, but I do need to pray more….