Husband Fast Day 1

Day 1: Healthy Relationships: Pray that you and your future husband have healthy relationships in your life, currently and in the future. Pray for those who will speak truth and life into you (friendships, accountability, and wise counsel).

 

Scriptures: 1Cor 15:33, Prov. 27:9, 17, Prov. 19:20

Activation:

  1. Pray for your parents’ marriage. If they are not married, pray for each of them individually.
  2. Think about and write down the covenant friendships in your life.

 

Father God, I thank you for your love, your mercy, and your grace. I thank you for the relationship I have with you, God. I want to pray for my future husband, that you are doing a work in him. I pray that he is safe, I pray that he continually seeks you, I pray for his mind, his heart, and his spirit. I pray that he allows the spirit to lead him in all hours of the day. I pray that you protect his ears and his eyes. I pray that he is surrounded by positive and uplifting family, friends, and coworkers. I pray that he becomes the light and salt of this earth and blesses all that he comes across with. Father God, I pray for our future marriage and relationship. I pray that our relationship is full of love, honesty, communication, loyalty, fun, passion, commitment, humor, protection, and You as our center. I pray that our marriage is a covenant that honors you, Father God. I pray for the relationship to be blessed beyond measures. I just want a marriage that is intentional in communication and transparency. I pray for honesty between husband and wife and that the more we communicate the more our relationship is stronger. I pray for our communication to be open and have a willingness and effort to be one with each other. Thank you, Father. Thank you for doing a work in me and in him. Thank you for preparing me and him to come together in the future as husband and wife.

Father God, I also want to pray for the people who will have Godly-counsel over our lives. I pray that we hear only Godly-wisdom for our future marriage. I pray that he and I will have friendships and accountability partners who will speak truth over us and help us grow with You, Father God. I pray for those who will help us in our relationship that they will only want the best for us.

 

Don’t be fooled by those who say such things, for “bad company corrupts good character. 1 Corinthians 15:33

 

The heartfelt counsel of a friend is as sweet as perfume and incense. Proverbs 27:9

 

As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend. Proverbs 27:17

 

Get all the advice and instruction you can, so you will be wise the rest of your life. Proverbs 19:20

 

Thank you, Father God, for blessing me with a mother that loves and accepts me. Thank you for having a mother that has always been there for me. Father, I pray for her well-being and that she finds peace, joy, love, and freedom. I pray for her health and that you heal her of anything that might be going on her health as she gets older. I pray for financial stability and success. Father God, I pray that maybe one day she will find love again. I pray that she will be able to travel the world and go wherever she pleases. Thank you, Father!

I have a couple covenant friendships in my life that I know I can count on to help me with relationships and accountability. I know that I actually have to be honest in truth if I feel that I am being led by my flesh. If I don’t reach out, I know that I can fall short. I just pray that those friendships have the heart to listen and that they know they can count on me as well. A covenant relationship is when 2 people decide to commit themselves to honor God and help each other to be lead by the spirit and to pray for each other.

 

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