What might happen in your marriage
if you committed to pray
for your husband for the next 31 days?


Your husband is the most important person in your life. You love him and want him to be all that God has called him to be. As his wife, the most powerful thing you can do for your husband is to pray for him daily.


Every day your husband faces temptations, attacks, and challenges that test his commitment to the Lord. Is doing everything in his power to destroy him. The Bible says he comes to kill, steal and destroy. Whether you like it or not, your husband is in the cross hairs of the kingdom of darkness.


His only hope is to continually draw on the strength that God has provided. As his spouse, it is your responsibility to continually support him through prayer.


He needs your prayer, encouragement, and support.


We know we should be praying for our husbands, but how?


How many times have you sat in church or gone to a meeting and made a commitment to pray for your husband? You raised your hand or signed a card, but it seemed within just a few days you had failed.

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Here's a sample of what Day 1 looks like:

Day 1
“Love God With All His Heart”

Today's Verse: And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength. - Mark 12:30


One day, Jesus was asked which of the commandments was the greatest. He gave a very simple answer: “Love God.” Interestingly, He didn't say, “serve” God. God’s first call is to a love relationship. Jesus then adds, “with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength.” It wasn’t that He was trying to give us four different aspects of love, but to simply say that we are to love God with all that we are. A love that begins in our heart, works in our mind, and shows itself in our actions.


So many Christians are willing to love God at some level, but not with all that they are. Jesus was saying that if we are going to love God, we have to love Him with all of our being. Loving God is more than an emotion or even an action, like going to church or helping others. Loving God is placing Him at the center of all that we are.

Today, as you pray for your husband, pray that he can grow in his love relationship with Christ, and that he will love Him with all that he is.


Sample Prayer:

Father, today I pray that my husband will grow in his love for You. May he love You with all his heart, all his soul, all his mind, and all his might. I pray that he will make You the center of his life. Help him to submit his mind, emotions, desires and dreams to You. I pray he will pursue a deep love relationship with You.

In Jesus Name,



(If you would like, you can copy and paste the following message, or use it as an example to let your husband know what you are praying for him today.)


Today, I am praying that as you continue to you grow in your love for God, He will become the centerpiece of all you are. I pray that you will love Him with all your heart, and with everything you are. I am praying for you to truly be able to say, “I love God with all that I am.”



We All Have Good Intentions,
But Let's Do Something About it Right Now!

This could be the beginning of an incredible new habit of praying for your husband every day. Imagine what God might do over the next 31 days?


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“As for me, I vow that I will not sin against the LORD by ceasing to pray for you".
1 Samuel 12:23