Praying the Scriptures: 20 Prayers for Your Unborn Child

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A Christian parent's primary role is that of a prayer warrior. Here are 20 prayers for your unborn child, straight from the pages of God's Word.

Parenting means wrestling demons.

After all, if Satan can establish a foothold in the lives of children, he has a decent chance at keeping them under his thumb for a long, long time.

And so above the feeding and clothing and bathing…

and the listening and nurturing and chauffeuring…

my primary role as a parent is Prayer Warrior In-Chief.

I’m blessed to have the privilege of sharing at Arabah Joy Blog today, where I’m offering twenty Scripture-based prayers for your unborn child, equipping you to start praying the Scriptures for your precious bundle. And since the prayers cover topics like salvation, faith, growth, wisdom, and relationships, I think you’ll find them useful for any child you’re praying for.

Here’s an excerpt:

Those final days before a child is born can be excruciating. And the laboring of a child into the world is a glimpse of laboring to come…

Laboring in prayer.

Laboring in diligent training.

Laboring in love.

Laboring in patience and nurture and grace and a million other labors that make motherhood a weighty calling and a significant one.

When your precious child makes her way into the world, you’ll do many important things for her. But none so important as prayer.

Read the rest here, just a click away!

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More posts on prayer:

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15 More Prayers for Your Child

27 Prayers for Slaves

12 Prayers for Homeschoolers

12 Prayers for the President

 

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