Tuesday, November 12, 2013

A Prayer For Being A Proverbs31 Wife And Mother

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
These confessions will infuse His life
into your marriage!
Being confident that He Who began a good work in me
will continue until the day of Jesus Christ,
I confess that;
I am capable, intelligent and virtuous woman,
far more precious than jewels.
I rise early and get spiritual food for my household.
I seek first God's kingdom and all good things
are added unto me.
I reverently and worshipfully fear the Lord.
I give of the fruit of my hands and my
works praise me.
I am industrious.
With my savings I plant fruitful vines.
Strength and dignity are my clothing and my position
is strong and secure.
I rejoice over the future knowing that my family
and I are in readiness for it.
I open my mouth with skillful and godly wisdom,
and in my tongue is the law of kindness,
giving counsel and instruction.
The bread of idleness (gossip, discontentment
and self-pity) I do not eat.
I am worthy of respect and serious, not a gossiper,
but temperate and self-controlled,
thoroughly trustworthy in all things.
I pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love
patience and gentle heartedness, and the
joy of the Lord is my strength.
I am submissive and adapt myself to my own
husband as a service to the Lord.
He is head of me as Christ is head of the church.
I respect and reverence my husband.
I notice, regard, honor, prefer, love and
admire him exceedingly. The heart of my husband
trusts in me confidently and relies on
and believes in me safely.
I comfort and encourage and do him only good as
long as there is life in me.
I walk in love with my husband,
esteeming and delighting in him.
My husband praises me above all women.
Blessings,
Roxy
When I pray this prayer;
I use my husbands name where it say's
husband.
Pray this prayer aloud!

6 comments:

Jillian DiCosimo said...

What a beautiful prayer, thanks for sharing! Hopping over from Growing Home. You were my neighbor! :)

Ellie Rae said...

That's a good idea using your husband's name in that prayer.

Gail Griner Golden at Gail-Friends said...

Hi Roxy - Visiting from the blog hop at Deep Roots at Home. What a beautiful prayer, and a beautiful blog. We are kindred spirits - I wrote about the Proverbs 31 woman today, too. Please stop by Gail-Friends for a visit.

Kelly-Anne @ Beautiful Girlhood said...

Beautiful...I pray this is the woman I will one day (Lord willing) become... Thank you for sharing such a lovely prayer! Much love, Kelly-Anne

Debbie Harris said...

This is beautiful, Roxy.
I love to pray God's Word, and your prayer here is beautifully written, especially placing your own husbands name in there.
I will have to do that from now on, thank you for the inspiration.

Joy!
Debbie

Stephanie said...

Absolutely beautiful, my friend! I need to write this down and put it...everywhere :)

Blessings to you, dear Roxy. Have a lovely day!

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