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14 Days of Praying for Your Marriage & Husband

on January 31, 2017 by Jami Balmet 33 comments

Romance, marriage, and love are the topics of discussion this month. 

Finding the perfect Valentine’s Day present, sending flowers, expecting chocolates…it’s the month of “love”. 

And while those things can be fun, they don’t truly get to the heart of marriage. And in fact, if your marriage is hurting right now, chocolate covered strawberries are probably not going to “fix” much of anything. 

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But we do have one very good resource we can turn to at any time. An outlet in which we can start working on our marriage and it’s going to have lasting impact on our marriage and our relationship with the Lord…

…and that’s Prayer!

The times in my marriage when I’ve seen the most growth, have enjoyed more closeness with my husband, and my husband and I both came together before the Lord more and more, have been in those seasons where I’ve been more diligent about my prayer life. And more specifically, praying for my marriage and husband. 

Life is busy right now. Life is chaotic. We just brought home baby #5 at the end of January and are busy adjusting to life as a family of 7. And in a busy season like this, it would be easier than ever to forsake my prayer life, to push it off for a different, less busy season. 

But this is when I need prayer in my life and for my marriage more than ever! So with Valentine’s Day in the air, I decided now would be a perfect time to kick off our 14 Days of Praying for Your Marriage and Husband. 

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It’s a FREE printable challenge that gives you a Bible verse or passage to read each day with a quick prayer prompt. You can spend 2 minutes in prayer each morning or carry the Bible verse and prayer with you throughout the day, pausing to pray and reflect whenever you can. 

I am hoping that this challenge will encourage you to remember to be praying for your marriage, to encourage your husband, and also to develop more deep and consistent habits of prayer in your life (I know this is a big struggle of mine). 

Will you join me this month in taking a little bit of time to intentionally spend in prayer for our marriages and our husbands? God calls us to be in prayer to Him constantly and one easy way we an start implementing that this month is with this quick and easy 14 day challenge! 

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Comment below and let me know if you are “in” and start praying today! 

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