Day 24, 25, 26, 27

Ok. I am at a crossroad right now. I can either make up some fake story about why I didn't post this weekend or I can be real with you. I really hate being fake so I am going to choose to be truthful. To make a long story short, it was a SUPER busy weekend and we were not getting along that well at all. I know, I know. It's not excuse because there are some of you out there who may come here to read the daily prayer and I let you down. I am very sorry!

I think the reason we were not getting along that well is because we are in the middle of making one of the biggest decisions of our life. It has been a really scary process and it has caused some tension between us. I wish I could tell you what the decision is right now, but just wait. I can't say just yet, but I can't wait until I can! I'm so excited.

I just have to say that this is very ironic. I don't write anything because I am not getting along with my husband. Wouldn't writing about praying for him help me when I am feeling negative? I guess that is something that I'm just going to have to learn. (I can be very stubborn.)

Here are the prayers for the last couple of days. Who says we can't pray for more than one thing at a time, right? Don't forget. If I let you down, which I'm going to try my best not to anymore, you can go to and find the challenge.

Day 24
Pray that your husband will have a balanced life—that he will balance work and play. Pray that he will fear God, but also gain favor with people he knows at work and church. (Luke 2:52; Prov. 13:15)
Day 25
Pray that your husband will be courageous in his stand against evil and injustice, and that he will stand for the truth. Pray that he will protect you and your family from Satan’s attacks. (Ps. 31:24; Eph. 6:13; Ps. 27:14)

Day 26
Pray that your husband will discover and live his God-given purpose. Pray that he will offer all his dreams to the Lord, and pursue only those goals that will bring God glory and count for eternity. (Jer. 29:11; 1 Cor. 10:31)

Day 27
Pray that your husband will understand the importance of taking care of his body—the temple of the Holy Spirit—for the glory of God. Pray that he will practice self-control by making wise food choices, and get sufficient exercise to stay healthy. (Rom. 12:1-2; 1 Cor. 6:19-20, 9:27)

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