After praying FOR a husband for a million years or so, and then producing three girls (with his help) — lickety-split, one-two-three — I can sometimes forget to pray FOR my husband unless there’s a crisis at work or trouble with the remodel or when he doesn’t agree with me … you know, the important things. Those one-two-three young adult daughters can SO get all my prayers, I have to admit. With girls, I’m either at the bank or on my knees. (I think you know what I mean.)
My friend Bonnie sent me this great little prayer list and I still love the list and the reminder to pray what’s what for my Man-in-Plaid. (Plaid does not solve all ills. Nor does a mean burrito, although it comes close.) I made it into a bookmark so I can pass it out when I speak to women. Women don’t have to be married to know a man who needs prayer, and they love to get this little reminder to stick in their Bible or prayer notebook. The older we get, the more reminding we need (I think you know what I mean.)
My wonderful VA, Kaitlyn Bouchillon made the bookmark into a Free Printable just for you and three of your friends. Yep–four to a page (so clever, that Kaitlyn–you can meet her over in my sidebar on your right.
Print the printable on cardstock if you want to go fancy, and put one in a greeting card or in a book for a friend. Their husbands may never know, but the results will be eternal. And that is the important thing. (I think you know what I mean.)
Find your printable here. Praise God that He invites us to pray day and night and loves it when we do.
The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results.
James 5:16 (NLT)
Go for it, ladies.